Thursday, July 26, 2007

July 9th: Douglas, WY to Casper, WY

This morning I expected to wake up to David’s “jam session” however I awoke to the sound of Matt and Erin arguing over who would be sweep that day, bro. They were the only two left to be sweep and whoever was sweep today would not have to be sweep for tomorrow’s 100-mile ride, bro. Unfortunately, it ended up being my HBC birthday and was therefore my decision to choose, bro. I created an amazing game that would make the decision based on luck, bro. Matt picked the wrong hand and had to be sweep tomorrow, bro. Out of rage he let the air out Erin’s tires as well as mine (real original), BRO! I decided to put that incident behind and set out on easy 80-mile day, bro.

We rolled over empty Wyoming hills with a great tailwind, bro. At lunch we stopped at a huge rock covered in etched initials from the 300,000 people who took the Oregon Trail, bro. The town of Casper is the second largest town in Wyoming and had a bike/climbing shop which made everyone happy, bro. The rest of the night was pretty relaxing and uneventful, bro. We all fell asleep soundly except for Matt who dreamed about his 100-mile sweep day, bro.

-Trevor “Bro” Lyons

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