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Old 11-20-09, 10:04 PM   #1
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Twas the night before and all was packing.

Forecast calls for sunny between 60s and 30s in southeast Arizona
Tour de Turkey
http://www.bikely.com/maps/bike-path/t-day-final

My first forest road adventure more than 20 miles.
hike known cave (pass by 2 more)
I will take some pictures of Oklahoma for ya'll.
Failed scary border crossing ghost town Lochiel AZ. ( I am hauling a** through that town)
A couple nice passes 6,000 feet only 12,000 feet in climbing for almost 500 miles.
Fort Huachuca museum. US citizens only active base.
Patagonia Arizona"

Day 1
Oatmeal
Carrots and ramon noodles

Day 2
cucumber, tomatoes, broccoli, salad
2 apples
green beans
PB Tortillas
Ramon noodles

Day 3
cucumber, tomatoes, broccoli, salad
orange juice
green beans
PB Tortillas
Ramon noodles

Day 4
PB Tortillas
Ramon noodles with veggies
2.5 gallons of water

Day 5
PB Tortillas
Ramon noodles

or Day 5
cucumber, tomatoes, broccoli, salad
2 apples
green beans
Ramon noodles

Day 6
oatmeal
Ramon noodles

Day 7
2 Subs
Home 2 pizzas!

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Old 11-21-09, 01:29 AM   #2
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Pictures! Enjoy. Can get nippy down there. Family just bought some land this week right off Garder Canyon RD (I'd offer a place to stay there, but it's barren acreage right now).
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Old 11-21-09, 10:13 AM   #3
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I like the name...I am going turkey hunting on my bike fo a week in my home state of Ohio and am calling it tour de turkey. I was teasing my son about the tour becoming an "international sensation". Looks like it is. Have fun.
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thats a nice region.

if you have the time, go east to bisbee and up 80 to 82, then west back to 83. MUCH nicer route than 90/I10...

Have fun
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thats a nice region.

if you have the time, go east to bisbee and up 80 to 82, then west back to 83. MUCH nicer route than 90/I10...

Have fun
Agreed. This is a great ride. Lotta hills, though.
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