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June 30, 2013

Wild Wild West 2013! Day 15 Camping in Canyonlands with Many New Friends!

Last night as I was finishing my day off with a swim when I met a nice couple by the pool. As it turns out they were from Syracuse and it just so happened that they owned the DL650 that I saw in the parking lot. So we talked bikes and they invited me to meet them for breakfast. So I am on my way up to the patio area to have breakfast with John and Janie.

Their steel horse.

We decide over breakfast that we will go our separate ways today because I’ve already been to Arches National Park and thats where they want to go today. However we all want to camp together so I offer to try and secure us a space in Canyonlands. Jaine offers to cook dinner if I get the campsite. This seems like a great idea to me so I go back to the room to pack. It’s not terribly hot in Moab today but for some reason I am a little slow to get out of my room. Perhaps I am just enjoying the desert.

Canyonlands NP here I come! Let’s hope I can luck out and get a campsite!

I’m making my way to Willow Flat campground. It’s doubtful that we will get a site by just showing up.

I made it to Willow Flat campground but it appears they are all booked up. So I talk to Louie for a while about his life and the “bus” he purchased at auction for $250. This is the best deal I have ever heard of! Louie if you ever read this blog it was nice meeting you and I wish you all the best. Keep being easy friend.

Suddenly after Louie left a guy from California comes over and tells me a spot just opened up. What! He said that the people were just using it for lunch. So I zip over and claim site number 12! Bam! My crew and I are officially in business! The only problem is I have to ride eight miles back to the visitor center to get any phone service to let them know. This is what I love about adventuring! Off to the front of the park to let me co-nomads know whats up. Oh, wait a girl just circled through and is looking for a site. Should we let her stay? Ayla is heading from Washington DC back home to California. Sure you can camp with us. I’m feeling good about this day. So I picked up another friend/camper and I’m off to the front of the park to let my original crew know.

My friends get the message and leave Arches to come over and meet me. These guys are so cool! We all walk to the lookout point directly across from the visitors center and take some photos.

To ride the Schafer Trail or not? That road you see running along the rim is the Schafer Trail. I am totally thinking that this is something my bike and I need to conquer. It’s steep, dangerous, and I will be solo without any help. What’s not to love!

Look at that drop off!!! Yeah baby!

John is all camouflage. Hey John, Are you from Moab?

Why are you so close to the edge they ask? John replies “We were born on the edge”! The lady is terrified for John and Jaine.

Nice mug! Let me try…

Enough of this spot. I escort my pals over to our campsite so we can all get setup. Home sweet home. Our new friend is already taking advantage of the Eno Hammock I hung up for everyone. Ayla was very thankful to not be camping alone.

What a campsite!

The simple life. Man do I love sleeping in my tent on these perfect nights. Not to mention my friends tents surrounding me.

John and Jaine were kind enough to run to the store for drinks and fire wood.

Time to watch the sunset over the canyon.

This is “make out” rock. If you want the details about it you will have to ask Brian! Oh, you haven’t met the incredible Brian yet have you.

It’s Brian from Colorado! I met him up at the visitor center and told him about a handicap camping spot in our area. It wasn’t available until 5:00pm but I mentioned it to him in hopes that he and his kids could get it. They seemed like good people. Then all of a sudden while watching the sunset over the river he came walking up. Little did I know what an awesome treat he and his kids would be to our experience at Canyonlands.

Get closer to the edge Brain!

My turn!

What is this a photo shoot? It’s about to be! But first let’s see a little more of this magnificent sunset!

Money Shot!

I don’t even know what to say at this point. What I do know is that if Brian shows these pictures to any single ladies then it will be a done deal. You better get a big stick to keep the girls off of you Brian! If this becomes an e-harmony profile picture I will gladly take a “referral fee”. LOL.

I can’t tell you what a cool guy Brian is. Luckily he got a campsite and will be hanging out with us later. It’s time for us to fix our group dinner.

Jaine looks like she just ate the last one of something!

After a yummy dinner John builds us a fire. I think he minored in fire building in college because he had this thing roaring in no time at all!

Brian and his kids show up after while and we start up some card games. We also have some graham crackers with chocolate hazelnut butter. Molly eats twelve if I remember correctly! Next time I see you Molly you better have me a jar of that stuff or I am taking your BMX bike! : )

Sweet Sophia enjoying the Eno Hammock. This is the exact reason why I packed this thing.

All the girls and kids head off to bed. So now it’s time for us men to make men talk. Which was really us just laughing about ridiculous stuff until 1:30am. Brian and John are too funny. Finally though Brian decides to go check on the kids. It’s late but John and I head back down to the viewing cliff for some night time photos and fun. We laugh, take pictures, attempt light scribing, and talk about how it feels like we are on Mars. It is a neat feeling to be out in the middle of nowhere with a super moon lighting up the canyon floor.

There is a spaceship landing on my head! Crazy times in Moab at 2:00am!

Oops, It is in reverse!

All smiles tonight!

As John and I return to camp about 2:30 am I give him a hug goodnight and he heads off. I think John is such a great person and really blessed to meet him along with everyone else. What a wonderful little crew we assembled for this evening in Canyonlands. As the country song says ” I could not ask for more.” Today that has been as true as it ever could be. I’m extremely blessed with new friends today. I am off to my tent to get some sleep and I hope to spend tomorrow relaxing and maybe sightseeing in the park. However the Shafer Trail is still bouncing around in my head. So who knows what tomorrow will bring. You make sure you bring your A game wherever you head off to tomorrow. Thank you for reading this blog and I hope you find something useful, entertaining, or inspirational here. Goodnight world.

“As soon as he saw the big boots, Pooh knew that an adventure was going to happen.” – Winnie The Pooh

June 25, 2013

Wild Wild West! Day 12 Off to Yankee Boy Basin and Then Orvis Hot Springs!

Today is a big day because I’ve traded in the bike for a Jeep! Well it’s only for one day but this Rubicon and I are about to head off to Yankee Boy Basin! I get a fantastic breakfast and then it’s up the trails. But first I say goodbye to 78 year old Harley Momma!

The trail up starts off pretty mild but it won’t be long until this all changes.

This Jeep rides a lot different from the bike but it’s a nice change of pace.

About halfway up we start getting to some exciting sections of the trail.


Don’t look down!



No stopping me now! I am going all the way to the top!

I am just a little past halfway. The wind is starting to pick up but the views are incredible!


More and bigger snow.

I made it to Yankee Boy Basin!

This is one incredible place. I am the only person up here except for one other SUV that some hikers rode up in.

I hangout for a little while. Then take some photos. After a bit I start getting cold because I didn’t bering a jacket. At this point all the windows are down and the heat is full blast. What a day!

I get about eight minutes back down the rough trail and out of the mountains comes two hikers. So I come to a stop and say hello. They are friendly and ask me if I know where some trail is. I tell them I am not too sure but I believe it is up top where I came from. They inform me that it is getting a little late to make the hike if they don’t find it quickly. So I offer them a ride. They accept and the three of us head back to the summit rocking out and four wheeling!

Meet Justus and Kelly. These cool cats were from Denver and San Francisco. It was a pleasure meeting you both in the middle of nowhere and jamming out in the Jeep. I hope you had a good hike and wish you the best!

I could be a tour guide to the basin. Here I am practicing.

This Jeep is nice but it’s no Punisher Edition R1200GS!

What a happy cute couple!

Can you spot the deer?

Heading back across

Bridge? Who needs a bridge?

Thank goodness for the Jeep! I hope the Beemer isn’t jealous!

More fun roads.

More fun roads and some additional drop-offs.

So after spending most of the day riding step roads up to a beautiful basin I head back to town have lunch. Then it’s off to relax which I did peacefully by this river for a while.

Sitting quietly in a serene setting gives me time to reflect on where I am. I also reflect on other things but mostly on the moment. I’m thankful to be here and doing this trip the way I am.

Heading over to wash the Jeep and get some gas I pass this cabin. It amazes me how it even stays attached to the mountain!

Meet Daniel from British Columbia. He has ridden his F800GS everywhere! This includes the arctic circle. It was nice to bump into him and hear about his travels. Best of luck Daniel!

Time to head back and drop off the clean Jeep. I have to admit that this Jeep got the job done than probably any 4×4 I could have had out here. It’s been fun but I head over to the poolside restaurant for a quick dinner. I really need to start eating healthier. Oh, well!

I say goodbye to the fantastic staff at the Twin Peaks lodge and head over to my new home for the evening. Upon arriving at Orvis Hot Springs I notice two other BMW motorcycles in the parking lot. This is always a good sign and I’m confident I am in for a good evening.

The sun is setting, my tent, is setup, and I’ve made some new friends. This day is ending perfectly. Soon I will be heading off to soak in the healing waters. As I reflect upon today I am reminded of the trust we are to have in the Lord Jesus Christ. He is the giver and sustainer of life. So If we seek God first ( Matthew 6:33 ) all things will truly be added to us. So today let go of all of the anxiety and feelings of timelines and deadlines. God will take care of us. He will if we just trust in him. I’m off to the springs to reflect and relax. It’s so great when God handles things. The campsite in the picture was a last minute cancelation.



June 17, 2013

Wild Wild West! Day 8 Hiking The Dunes and Making New Friends!


Good morning brisk 54 degree air. It is a pleasure to wake up with fresh air and a view of the mountains. Getting to this site just before dark was fantastic timing that was completely out of my control.

Mountains of Colorado

After packing up camp and paying for my campsite I rode back to Walsenburg, CO which was about three miles back from the way I came in. I needed some gas and sunscreen because today I’m off to see the Great Wizard of Oz… Wait I mean the Great Sand Dunes of Colorado! After getting what I need I am on my way out of town and pull in to see who BMW guy is in the parking lot. It turns out to be Eddie Price and he is from Madison, Ga!! Who would imagine two Georgia boys on BMW’s in the same little town at the same time. So we talked about bikes, routes of where we were headed, and where we had been. Upon Eddie telling me about his route I ask if he wanted my Butler Map for Arkansas. He said sure and I informed him that I probably wouldn’t need it. He said thanks and I ask him if he wanted to ride out with me since we were headed the same way. Eddie was good with that and said ” Isn’t it funny two Ga boys had to come all the way to Colorado to meet up for a ride.” This comment made me chuckle and reflect on the depth of this simple statement. I was glad Eddie and I met as he was a fantastic guy! He even invited me to church in my riding gear if I ever came through Madison on a Sunday. We are all saddled up and off we go towards Alamosa, CO via HWY 160 west.

Eddie and I had a beautiful ride across Hwy 160 that took us over one pass. The views and the valleys were spectacular.  Once we got to the road that turned off to the Dunes I headed right and Eddie waved by and kept on rolling. Thank you again for letting me ride with you Eddie! I hope you and your boys have fun up in Yellowstone. The road to the Dunes is about 16 miles long and once the dunes come into view you are awestruck by their massive size and the fact that they lie at the foothills of mountains.

There is only one campground inside the park and before I reach the gate there is a sign that reads “Pinyon Flats Campground Full”. Talk about a disappointing message. I’ve come all the way from Ga to camp here today and even battled thunderstorm yesterday that delayed me and they are full? So I ride up to the main gate and confirm that the campground is full and the ranger confirms they are. I’m going to the park anyway so I pay the three dollar entry fee and decide to ride into the campground just to see what happens. First a quick stop at the visitors center to see if they can help or squeeze me in. It is a busy Saturday and the parking lot of the visitors center is packed. I walk in and ask the volunteer at the front desk and she says as of 9:45am they had 13 spaces left in loop 1 and that was it. She suggested that I hurry over but the sign and the ranger at the gate seemed to know more so my hopes weren’t high that any were left. However I did bolt over to loop 1 and rode through. Not a single site available. So I decided to do two things. The first was to ride through again and the second was to ask God if he wanted me here and if so to provide a place. I’m now halfway around for the second time and I see a couple packing their car with the last few items of camping gear. I just passed here and didn’t not see them and these loops only take about sixty seconds to go around. I stop and ask if they are leaving and she says yes BUT the lady standing over to my left by the bathrooms has already claimed it. Disappointing. I was so close. Then I notice the lady walking towards me as I’m sure to say this is my spot but instead she says hello. Then she informs me that her son and her are sleeping in their car tonight and setting up a real camp tomorrow so I am free to use the site as they don’t need anything but parking. Okay Wow God is totally in control of this world! I’m so thankful and surprised about this but I quickly accept the offer, park, and go put my tent on the site. So I got a site and the couple that left had already paid for two nights and only stayed one so camping by the sand dunes ended up being free. Plus I have two new friends to share it with.

Meet Sherri and Augustus. Two fantastically awesome adventurous people who were kind enough to let me hangout at their site!

After setting up my tent I realized I haven’t eaten today and it’s 2:00 so I ride out of the park to a little store/restaurant to have lunch. I’m not sure what this is that the waitress recommend but I know it wasn’t healthy but tasted fantastic!

I finish up lunch and head out in the parking lot to see a crew of real KTM adventure riders rolling into the parking lot. They come up and talk for a bit and give me some advice on dirt roads to ride in the area. I tell them my Beemer can’t go the places their KTM’s can and they respectful inform me that the BMW is a good bike that can get the job done. I really appreciated these guys and their friendly demeanor. Plus the fact that they were seriously riding almost all dirt roads across the state! 

Notice anything special on the bike in front?

I gave this gentleman who was from Denver a sticker and he walked over and slapped it right onto his bike! Plus he has the same “Freedom” sticker on his bike that Croley and myself both have! Rock on! I apologize for not remembering your name but I hope you had a safe ride and thanks for all the helpful advice!

They KTM guys roll out and so do I. They are headed to ride more and me I am headed back to camp to change. It’s time to hike some Great Sand Dunes!

I am headed over to see another BMW rider who I noticed was camping a few sites over from me. It doesn’t appear he is around as most people are down at the dunes but I stop for a picture with his bike. The Mule deer are clearly around with not a care in the world.

I’m off to hike to the top of the dunes! A creek crossing is part of the journey just to get to these massive things.

It is a long way up these guys and the wind is starting to gust. 

Maybe I could be a dune tour guide because hiking around on these things is seriously fun! What an experience.

As I am resting about a third of the way up a couple comes hiking up my way. I start talking with them and we just keep hiking and talking. This is AJ and Naomi. He is a veterinarian from Denver and she is from Cost Rica. They are one awesome couple who I am happy came along the trail.

They were nice enough to let me hike with them. I hope this wasn’t a special couples hike. If it was guys I apologize but truly I enjoyed hiking together! You two are both fantastic people and my Great Dunes hiking experience would have been lacking had I not had the pleasure of hanging with you guys. Also Naomi I appreciate the insight into your life and your wise words of wisdom. After meeting your mom I can see where you get your vivaciousness from! She was so sweet! Together we made it to the top of the dunes. I was so happy to be there that I forget to take a picture looking over the edge. At one point on the way up the three up us had to kind of huddle up and wait out a serous rain/wind storm that had all the sane people heading off the dunes asap. Not us though. We waited it out and got sandblasted because we were halfway up and nobody wanted to wimp out. Even though the wind was about to blow us off the dunes! AJ and I after running down the dunes full speed!

I met some girls from the west coast while out playing on the dunes. Strike that pose!

Once we return from the dunes hike I get to meet Naomi’s mom and she is wonderful! She begins to tell us how she was watching us hike but didn’t understand why we didn’t come off the dunes with everybody else when the storm came it. Luckily it passed after about thirty minutes and ended up being perfect weather to finish the hike with. She said she figured if something happened to AJ and Naomi at least they were together. I informed her if it wasn’t for them I would probably be buried in sand up to my neck stuck forever in the dunes. She laughed and I’m pretty sure thought I was crazy. They gave me a lift back to my campsite and I headed back over to meet the BMW rider and hear his story. This is Stretch Gilbert from Laos, New Mexico. He was a friendly guy camping out with his daughter and grandkids. Stretch if you are reading this I want you to get some new tires! Stay safe.

Back at camp my new found friends are making dinner and offer me some. I accept the offer.

Augustus the chef in training goes to work and makes one of the best PBJ sandwiches I’ve ever had! Thanks Augustus. 

After two sandwiches Sherri drives us all down to the Mars Walk. This is a sunset guided tour that tells about how the Great Sand Dunes are being studied and compared in order to figure out Mars.

Some people from Switzerland that I met on the Mars walk. His name was Beat and I don’t recall her name. I’m sorry. They were such a neat couple and I enjoyed laughing with them. They rented and RV to trek across the western part of the USA for five weeks.

I am so thankful for all the friends I have met today. We survived a storm on the Great Sand Dunes, gave away a sticker, got a free campsite, and just had a wonderful day. I’m looking forward to a cozy night in the tent. Wherever YOU are get out there and live your life to the fullest. Check out the quote below and be mindful of others who are traveling. These could be your new best friend! Goodnight.

“A journey is best measured in friends rather than miles.” – Tim Cahill

June 17, 2013

Wild Wild West! Day 7 A Storm, A Steak, A Drop

Good morning windy Kansas! Dodge City is the fifth windiest city in the world according to the girl working the desk at the hotel. It sure seems that way when I wake up. Today I am pumped to start my day with a healthy breakfast then a much needed visit to the gym. The only other time I’ve been able to workout on this trip is at my friends house in Tennessee. Thank goodness he has a gym and now I’m off to have some breakfast. 

While enjoying my belgium waffle, Canadian bacon, Mexican potatoes, and of course peanut butter toast ( thanks Croley ) I am getting fueled up for a workout. However just as soon as I finish blessing my food somebody ask if they can sit with me. There must be twelve open tables and this guy ask me if he can sit at my table. At first I am disappointed because I was looking forward to a little quiet time while I eat but I quickly realize that this person needs to sit with me and I probably needed him to sit with me. Now meet Lorenzo

Lorenzo was in town because his cousin had recently committed suicide and the funeral was this weekend. He was deeply troubled by this as is understandable. I listened as he told me about all his family coming to town and how they were all upset too. Lorenzo told me in detail what happened and I had to ask him to stop the story because I still had to finish my breakfast. I listened carefully and tried to gently encourage him but I do not know how he feels and hope that I never have too. Poor Lorenzo. I am glad you joined me for breakfast today and may God bless you. Keep fishing Lorenzo! After our chat I head off to the hotel gym for my much needed workout.

This quote impressed me.

Shower. Pack the bike and off on the windy Kansas why. The wind is about 40 mph hour gust today but at least the sun is shining bright. 

Heading down HWY 180 I think and I see what I call cow city! This is seriously holy cow!

So I made it to colorful Colorado! It’s been a long, hot, yet fun ride and I am so pumped to be here. While I am at the state line I meet some true hardcore girls who are biking to Alaska from Texas to raise awareness and support for cancer. This is seriously impressive to me! 

On down the road a guy from Florida passes me like I am standing still and I try to keep up with him but his speed is more than I want to do right now. Crosswinds and cops aren’t things that I’d like to be dealing with on this beautiful day but one of them are inevitable. Later on down the road I stop at the Subway/gas station where I see the parked Honda and go inside to meet the rider. I also really wanted a sandwich. 

Mario from Florida is riding all the way up to Seattle to meet up with his wife and kids. A ride across the country is on his bucket list and he is getting it done. 

After exchanging emails and discussing routes Mario heads off and I gas up. I hit the road and about fifty miles down I see a storm brewing south of the highway I am on. It appears that I may be able to out run it but it is hard to judge these storms on the wide open plains. However I give it my best shot!

I didn’t quite make it but upon entering a small down as the rain and lighting are getting serious I spot Mario’s bike under a shed at an auto dealership. So I do a U turn and go back to follow his wise lead and not a moment too late. Rain, lighting, and hail start getting full force as I run into the shop. 

Thank goodness for Chuck Netherton and his dealership!

Inside I met Chuck who owns the dealership and his co worker for the day Jacob Montoya. These two guys are some of the nicest people I have ever meet. While inside we talk a little bit as they still have work to do but we are all trapped inside the metal building as quarter sized hail pounds the facility. It was a pleasure hanging out and hearing about their lives. 

Chuck’s new toy. This was one awesome looking Harely. Apparently it is a special edition version and only a couple a hundred were built. This bike looks showroom new and yet it is five years old and gets ridden quite often by Chuck and his wife.

The man himself! Chuck Netherton. He was such a blessing to me during the storm and for after the storm with his recommendation to go eat at Christine’s restaurant in Rocky Ford, Co.

You think that I could lend a hand around the shop since they were nice enough to let me ride out the storm but no I decided to nap instead.

The flash woke me up!

Two hours after arriving the storm has finally pass. I thank Chuck and Jacob kindly for sheltering me and head off with my dinner recommendation and a dealer sticker. It’s such a wonderful life and the storm was such a blessing for three reasons.

1. I got to meet Chuck and Jacob

2. I learned about a fabulous restaurant

3. The temp has drop about fifteen degrees

So I roll out and give them a wave as I head to Rocky Ford with a small on my face. Forty five minutes later I arrive at Christine’s.

I can barely get my helmet off before a nice man wearing a black chef’s jacket comes out and says ” You’re about a half hour early but come on in. We will be ready in just a few minutes.” Did I call ahead or do I know these people. The answer doesn’t arrive but I head inside anyway. This restaurant is in an old church that was completely remodeled on the inside. It is a fantastic place in the little town of Rocky Ford along Hwy 50.

Since the place didn’t officially open for dinner until 5:30 and I was early Mike who is one half of the owning partnership along with his wife offered to show me his smoker. Tonight’s special menu item is smoked prime rib and I am so excited I cannot stand it!

The smoked prime rib! Seriously this is going to be awesome!

Some other smoked goods!

No No Mike isn’t unhappy that I am taking his picture rather he is a correctional officer so that is his C.O smile. Mike is a friendly and out going guy who does most of the catering. He took the time to talk with me and show me around his shop which I truly appreciate. On top of all his great qualities he is even doing a bible study from David Platt’s book Radical. Which happens to be a book I read twice.

After touring one of the two walk in smokers used to smoke the meats we head into the kitchen to meet chef Robert. He does a fantastic job in the kitchen and only uses fresh ingredients for every single dish. This man loves his work and thats one of the main reasons the food is so delicious! 

Back into the dining room and time for me to sit down and prepare for dinner. I place my order for the 16oz prime rib with garlic mashed potatoes and green beans. This dinner also comes with Russian black bread, salad, dinner, and pie for $22! This is unbelievable for the quality of food that is being served! Would you like to see?

The ribs were a nice little sample that Mike brought out for me to try. Thank you again so much Mike.

Saying goodbye to everyone after dinner. The sweet waitresses were nice enough to take a picture with me but I think chef Robert just want us all out of his way so he could do more of his magic.

So after a fabulous two hours of kitchen tours, “staff meetings”, food samplings and laughs I hope back on the bike and head over to HWY 10. Chuck warned me about this middle of nowhere road. So here I go with a 200 mile fuel range, a full stomach, and a smile so big it might stretch my helmet padding!

As you can see there is nothing out here at all but storm clouds continue to loom but I thunder on and trust that the weather isn’t something I can control so I leave it with God and enjoy this highway.

I remember these monsters from last year. This is a cool view with God rays shining down behind the Wind turbines.

Another one hundred miles or so brings me to my new destination for the evening. Lathrop State Park in Walsenburg, CO. The sun setting over the lake is quite a beautiful site and a perfect ending to a fantastic day. Arriving at sunset makes everything just right. However there is trouble on the horizon.

So here is the trouble! I was looking aver at the mountains as I was turning in a didn’t see the soft gravel pile in the center area. This lead me to the following situation…

This big champ was ready for a nap and clearly I don’t mean me. I attempted to pick it up with about eighty percent effort and it just slide around some. So a ranger rode by and ask If I could pick it up. I told him yessir but it sure would be easier with two people. He said “I’ve got a bad back but let me call another ranger.” This cracked me up but the other ranger showed up. His name should have been big hoss. We picked the bike up and off I headed to my campsite to watch the remainder of the sunset while setting up my tent. There is nothing like ending a full day by sitting under the stars and moon without a worry in the world. I’m so thankful for my good friends, family, and the people I meet along the way. May they all be as positively charge from being around me as I have been from my experiences with them.

“Half the fun of travel is the esthetic of lostness.”  - Anatole France


December 4, 2012

An Overnighter to Lake Santeelah

It is time to get out an test my new Nemo Morpho 2p tent. So I thought why not load up the pick and head North for an overnight er. Let’s roll…


August 2, 2012

Go West Like You Mean It! Day 4








July 27, 2012

Go West Like You Mean It! Day 3

June 19, 2012

A little ride into the mountains

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December 26, 2011

The Big Ride Around Three States and One Awesome Campsite