What nutcase would want to do that! Fear of running out of water and food. Fear of wild animals roaming around at night looking for a pray. Fear of running into people who might want to do me harm. Fear of getting lost. All that was present, but I tried to ignore it as much as possible
So much to learn from nature around us about how resilient as humans are as well. We tend to thrive when we struggle most in our life. We don’t necessarily enjoy the process when it is in the most painful stage
Finally, a window of opportunity opened up. Hannah, a niece of our friends Diane and Rafe Miller from Tahoe, was arriving at Constitucion after riding solo down Baja divide. We are going to meet in Ciudad Constitucion and ride the remaining 168 miles to La Paz together. I have this huge dilemma though.
Once upon a time I was just sitting around and contemplating what would be my idea of a perfect day, so this is what I conceived in my mind.
It has been over a week since I’ve arrived to my house in La Ventana Bay in Baja California, Mexico.
I did it. I made it. I am HOME.
I’m so close, I can taste it! Which is good, because I am ready to be finished. In this part, I also meet up serendipitously with our Tahoe neighbors!
My time riding the salt flats and traveling through the small towns of Baja. So many stories to tell the world!
The stars, cacti, trees, flowers, beach, and wildlife. What I’ve been waiting for this entire ride!
I am again saved by strangers who give me water in the middle of the desert!