1 State Down, 4 To Go

First off, a quick note - we're totally failing on this blogging thing, but doing pretty well with videos, so if you want actually interesting updates, check out the  Youtube Channel for What the Kuss First week to Vernal, Utah was mixed with some amazing highs and lows, literally and figuratively. We peaked @ an elevation of 10,343' over Ripple Creek Pass, which was 1 of 3 passes over 10k' we had to haul the loaded tandem over, in all it was nearly 30,000' feet of climbing - much of which was over the gravel county road 8 through White River National Forest, which rendered our pedals useless and left us pushing the rig on foot, about 20 miles in total. The scenery, however, during this stretch, was the best of the entire trip - untouched Swiss-alps-like jaggy peaks, with rolling green meadows and alpine lakes that are unmatched in beauty as far as I'm concerned. Along the way we also (accidentally) discovered some ghost towns which cannot be found on a map, which


Our bags are packed, were ready to go:)


Just testing this bad boy out:)