Day 1 of 31. And so it begins…
Overall I did well, just over 30 minutes (including the cool down) as I twisted my way this way and that across the deserts of Utah. My trainer told me we were on a trail that was used post-Civil War to transport cattle to the eastern United States. The trail went through Native American territory and a translator who spoke 14 languages of Navajo (or was it dialects?) helped the process go smoothly to get the cattle on trains to be sold. Now you know.
My trainer liked to do a “Ye-yah!” cowgirl kind of yell whenever we almost wiped out on the sand or died going around a blind curve. If it had been real, I would have been making my peace with God many a time.
Here’s some screenshots from the iFit app. Take my stats with a grain of salt; I’m not entirely sure how accurate they are. Enjoy!
3 thoughts on “Author: October Cycling Challenge–Utah (Day 1/31) 🚴♀️”
Darn; I wish you really were cycling through Utah -though, obviously, without the wiping out on sand part.
I’ll have to learn lizard in order to talk to the wildlife. I’ll have to watch Harry Potter–maybe parseltongue is similar. 🐍🦎
Hmmm. Maybe just stay near where I live. No lizards.