Stagecoach 400 – Day 4, Anza to Black Canyon Campground

 

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Except for the white power graffiti in the RV park’s bathroom and getting intentionally coal rolled, day four was great.

Oh, and the murderer in the woods.

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Stagecoach 400

We’re out here riding the Stagecoach 400 route. It’s day 3 and I can safely say this is the most physically and mentally challenging riding I have ever done. We started as 4 riders and are already down to two.
More updates to come once we reenter civilization.

Camping at Erving State Forest

I left work early on Friday to head west to Erving State Forest with Julian and Erin.

We had an isolated camp site in the middle of the woods, and spent the weekend hiking and bonfiring (and chopping wood like real men with my new hatchet).

On Sunday we stopped by Historic
Deerfield and the Yankee Candle Store on our way home.

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Shut Up, Legs

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Last night I met professional cyclist and all around awesome person, Jens Voigt, when he did a post-blizzard Q&A at a local bike shop.

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Well known for his famous quote, “Shut up legs!“, I asked him to sign a poster of the phrase that I had made years ago and have had hanging in my apartment ever since.

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Airport Purgatory

The blog has been sparse lately, but that’s because a lot has changed. Despite a job offer in Tel Aviv, I decided (last-minute) that it was best to come back to Boston. The last few weeks were spent wrapping things up in Israel, saying goodbye to friends, and getting things sorted for my return.

I have lots of photos to post from our final trip and closing ceremonies, but in the meantime, here is a video I put together about my two days trapped in New York’s JFK airport thanks to a blizzard.