It's the roads less traveled that make cycling a journey worth perusing.
Ginger and I spent the night in the rain but are feeling good and ready to roll for the day. You can tell because someone is excited!!
When you're in need the road will provide! The best feeling in the world is finding water and shelter.
You have to love Alberta and the beauty of the fields. It's the true sense of life and love.
Ginger was confused at the memorial for our fallen service dogs because the statue would flirt back! Silly girl.
Due to the kindness of Ceridian employees, we were able to get our new computer!
After 6,500km, it feels amazing to be stepping onto BC soil.
During the Salmon run, Ginger had the opportunity to try fishing! Well, maybe the Salmon were chasing Ginger.
Ginger and Brian are getting ready to take on Rogers Pass as they close in on the finish line for the 2018 Golden Tour.
Rogers Pass is a challenge but we are doing our best!
Now the fun begins! The hat is out and we are ready to roll.
The traffic is backed up and it has nothing to do with Ginger and Brian. We hope!
Heading downhill always feels good!
The beauty of Rogers Pass and the mountains in all there glory.
When training in Red Deer, AB Ginger inspired me to post a video of her as the Littlest Hobo.