No. The title isn’t a Beatles lyric. Nor did this journey involve psychotropic fungi!
When I awoke on the rainy morning of Tour Day, the last thing I thought I’d do is crash a wedding party in the mountains. I also didn’t imagine I’d score some yummy, farm-fresh cremini mushrooms for a killer Sunday lunch, or engage in deep existential self-reflection 😛
As usual, prepare yourself for a tale of my flagellant sufferings that I relish and recount with debacucherous zeal.
Trip Report: Overnight Tour to Mt. Madonna County Park Campground
Adventure abounded with my bromantic flame–my dear Bradley <3<3<3.
Behold our 70 mile odyssey of discovery, merriment, and triumph.
Witness our harrowing tale, fraught with uncertainty, intrigue, and adversity.
Warm your heart and titillate your senses with the tale of love shared between two men; forged and bonded by our sublime pilgrimage and devotion to an audacious and adventure-laden glory.
Pomp, fluff, and cheese aside, here’s our story.
Trip Report: Overnight Tour to Uvas Canyon County Park Campground
Hungry like a wolf, I decided to take my next stroll along the Coyote Creek Trail.
Another solo overnighter, this excursion put me about 50 miles south at Coyote Lake-Harvey Bear Ranch County Park in Gilroy, CA.
Bitchslapped with knowledge from my last trek, I was raring to apply my newfound wisdom to get a fully completed tour under my belt.
Trip Report: Overnight Tour to Coyote Lake-Harvey Bear Ranch County Park Campground
I’d been itching for my next adventure. For weeks, I vicariously devoured other people’s travel accounts. I was tired of sifting through the all-engulfing vortexes of guides, blogs, and other media on the interwebs. So I set a date for my first bike tour.
I wasn’t really sure where to go, or how far I could last. But that didn’t matter. Like most new hobbies, I threw myself in headfirst, justifying this course of action on the “figure it out along the way” approach. After all, it’s all about the journey and not the destination, right?
Well… Surprise, surprise. I got in way over my head, and didn’t even make it half way!
Here’s my story and what I learned 🙂
Trip Report: (Attempted) Overnight Tour to Frank Raines OHV Park