Sunride attended Salt Lake’s Climate Strike, part of strikes held around the word and inspired by a 16 year old student from Sweden. Our children are the ones who will suffer the consequences from our primitive use of fossil fuel
I’ve just arrived to my ultimate destination for this leg of my journey – Salt Lake City, UT!
Well, I made it to Tremonton; but it wasn’t easy. After pulling up to a traveler’s service station in Snowville, Utah, where a delightful young woman named “Dem” helped me, I noticed that my repaired rear tire was losing air.
With the big storm past and a good night’s sleep, I got an early start out of Malta. Within an hour or so I crossed over into Utah. The road was noticeably bumpier. Then, just like when I’d first entered
Today was cut short by high winds near Malta. The skies were darkening and high-speed raindrops pelted me in the face as I inched forward under full power but only at half speed. A bit worried I stopped at a
Today I met Boyd the potato farmer, a nice, well-spoken man who was inquiring about my bike and interested in solar energy in general. “I spend $1600 per month on electricity, mostly on irrigation pumps, I’d probably have to cover
Still waiting for my replacement bike spokes to arrive from Seattle. I’m enjoying a nice cup of hot Jasmine tea that I made in my portable solar cooker. The video shows how it works. Solar Tea Calculation The sun gives
As I wait for the replacement spokes from my damaged tire to arrive, I’ll reflect on the perils of the road. Without question and by far the biggest peril of the road is the road itself. Glass, metal objects, potholes,
Today I’m waiting for new spokes to arrive from Seattle. The bike shop in Meridian, ID repaired my flat tire, putting a liner in that will protect against “goat heads” – burrs from a plant growing on the side of