After a good night’s sleep and breakfast at the Hampton Inn, it was time to hit the road for our longest scheduled ride (140 miles) of the entire three weeks. Good news, no rain in the forecast and moderate temperatures. White fluffy clouds most of the day with wonderful panoramic views. One of the highlights was stopping at the WOW Diner in Milan, NM, a classic 60s style diner. Great food and great service. We also passed the Continental Divide at 7,245 feet. Except for some extreme cross winds, including tumble weeds, it was a great day for riding. We rolled into Albuquerque, after more than 13 hours on the road, as the sun was setting and were treated to a magnificent sunset. Great day, great sense of accomplishment riding 878 miles the past seven days. One week down, only two weeks to go 🙂
These diners are everywhere.
Another random encounter. With Dr. Bruce Banner from PA after receiving his Great
No wonder I was feeling a little short of breathe.
Are you kidding me, another flat???
Shawn Taylor mugging for the camera.
Lincoln pumping up.
One of my favorite selfie pictures.
Extraordinary sunset as we rolled into Albuquerque after a very long day.
Time to refuel after a long day with Lincoln and Shawn.
A Big day!!!
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