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Rocky Mountain High

Day 223 of my picture a day project, and day three of my ride to Sturgis. Today I rode from Grand Junction, through Denver and into Cheyenne, WY. The height of my journey would have to be the Eisenhower Tunnel, since it is above 11,000 feet. The down side was that the wind was so bad going out of Denver that it blew my helmet cam off. Really sucks as I had gotten some great videos.

Oh well. This photo was taken shortly after I realized that I was no longer the owner of a helmet cam.

Day 223 photo of the day


Grand Junction

Last night I rode to Mesquite, NV. I stopped in Henderson and met a friend for dinner. He then joined me for about 30 miles. It was the slowest I have ridden this entire trip (but worth it). I started the day off by riding through the Virgin River Gorge on I-15. That place is amazing. I used my helmet cam, so videos will be up after I get home. I happened to have a bug hit my lens with messed up 10 of my 30 videos.

My day 222 picture of the day is what a guy looks like after 425 miles of riding through NV, AZ, UT and CO in the summer. Good thing the sun was at my back.

Day 222 picture of the day

Nine Hours Later

Video of Generals Highway in Sequoia

Video of the climb up Generals Highway in Sequoia National Park. This was taken on my ride there last Sunday. It was very cool as every time I went around a turn you could see just how high the road was climbing, and it provided a spectacular view. While I would have enjoyed having my girlfriend with me, I have a feeling her fear of heights would have resulted in her fingernails being permanently embedded in either me or the back seat of the Limited.

Filmed with a ContourHD helmet cam.

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