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Route 66 AZ To End ALZ for Mace
On February 26th my wife Heather and I will start our 158-mile trek across the longest continuous section of Historic Route 66 in Arizona, an effort we’ve dubbed: Route 66 AZ To End ALZ, for Mace We’ll start near Ash … Continue reading
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Fire and Ice: Badwater 146: Part 4
The Crux of the Crossing After another pretty much sleepless night, we awoke at 3:30 a.m. to start the day. I asked Bob how he felt and he replied that he was anxious and ready to go. If we got … Continue reading
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Fire and Ice Badwater 146: Part Three
Beginning of the Ice – Mount Whitney Having completed the “easy” +130-mile part of the Winter Badwater, the cooler (than a Fire crossing) desert portion, Heather drove us back down to Lone Pine and the awaiting showers and beds at … Continue reading
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