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Chino Grinder Race Report: A Tale of Two Races


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The Chino Grinder was our first gravel grinder, and it was also the first race we did simultaneously.  It ended up being one epic day in the saddle for all the racers due to some crazy weather, and the race was ultimately called for those reasons. Read bellow for his and hers perspective on the race; I reached the 53 mile mark exactly one hour before Danielle, so it was interesting to compare how different our experiences were based on a mere one hour separating us! (more…)

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Geocaching at the Sears Kay Ruins


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Last weekend Ryan and I went on our first geocaching adventure and enjoyed a short hike at the Sears Kay Ruins.  We had both heard about geocaching before, but learned more about it when we bought our new GPS for our recent bikepacking trip.  The GPS had a geocache setting so we started researching to see what this geocaching was all about.  When Ryan stumbled across the geocaching website (more…)

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A Case of Wanderlust


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Saguaro Forest in Cave Creek.
Saguaro Forest in Cave Creek.

Ever since starting this blog, I’ve come down with a severe case of wanderlust. It’s hard not to, since I have been reading everyone else’s blogs about outdoor adventures.  Reading about people camping across America, departing on indefinite road trips or bikepacking across South America left me feeling a little inadequate.

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