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2015 Cycle Greater Yellowstone Day 7: Powell to Red Lodge

As forecast, the wind did indeed come up during the night. Our tent rippled and flapped like mad, but stayed firmly planted to the earth. I inserted earplugs and tried to ignore the tempest and get some sleep. 1,876 more words


2015 Cycle Greater Yellowstone Day 3: Red Lodge to Cooke City via BEARTOOTH HIGHWAY

I need to work on my camp sleeping skills. I did not sleep at all the night of day 2.

It was a combination of factors: clammy nylon sleeping bag, too-flat inflatable pillow, fussy sleep mask and earplugs, crackly air mattress that I just couldn’t get comfortable on. 1,648 more words


2015 Cycle Greater Yellowstone: Day 2 Absarokee to Red Lodge

The morning of day 2, we got to sleep in a wee bit longer, getting up at 5:30 a.m. instead of 5. Being slower cyclists, we always try to get out on the course right when it opens, and on this day, the course didn’t open until 7:30 a.m., by agreement with the… 2,094 more words


2015 Cycle Greater Yellowstone: Day 1, Red Lodge to Absarokee

Oh, the excitement of setting off on Day 1 of Cycle Greater Yellowstone, feeling fresh and ready for (though perhaps apprehensive about) whatever the week may throw your way! 1,184 more words


Cycle Greater Yellowstone 2015: Day 0

Well, another Cycle Greater Yellowstone ride is in the books, and I’m proud Bugman and I made it, though I’m a bit embarrassed to say that we sagged on portions of three ride days (more details in posts to come). 1,734 more words


Four Corners Tour - Ride Day 20 - Tour Day 17 - August 3, 2015 - Monday

Start Time: 7:46 AM MDT
Stop Time: 4:52 PM MDT
Start Location: Bozeman, MT
Stop Location: Red Lodge, MT
Lodging: Red Lodge KOA
Breakfast: Campground (biscuits and gravy, hash browns, fruit) 988 more words

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Arizona Red Lodge Ceremonial Week

September 21 – 27, 2015

Arizona, USA

Reconnect to your sacred self and to the natural world around you through ceremony designed to give you tools and experiences to help you develop your connection to the natural world, your personal health and balance, and your personal power – with the maturity to use it wisely! 17 more words