I would like to share with you about what happened in Vegas but we all know therules. What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. With that, I will tell you that itwas a great place to end a fantastic adventure.
So, twenty-one days from when I left my driveway I was finally back home. I hadsuch an amazing adventure. I met up with some of my favourite people andmet new friends, talked to strangers, and got to know myself a little better. Ilet the wind blow me around, let the sun wake me up and let the starswatch me sleep. I climbed and pushed to the highest altitudes I have ever beenand I tackled some of the hardest riding I have ever encountered. I saw somany unbelievably diverse and stunning landscapes traveling across the US. Itouched the ground in so many new and dreamlike places while pushing my mindand body passed my previously defined limits and abilities.
I am a little bummed that I couldn't complete the entire Colorado Trail. It didbeat me up a little but I think, after some time and reflection, that Ireally wouldn't have wanted it any other way. What I saw was so special andwhat I learned was so valuable that it has left me with motivation and an openinvitation to return another time.
I have been home long enough to start dreaming again. I guess the dreamingnever really ends so it may be more correct to say that I have been home long enoughto start planning again. More adventures await.