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to just sit on a towel and sleep. At
the same time, it was great to
have done almost a century (100
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At the campsite in Santa Cruz,
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of evergreens makes me think of
Every night at dinner, there
will be a stage set up for enter-
I. fell in love with a town we
passed through. It reminded me
a lot of northern Michigan.
That night we stayed in Mon-
terey County, where the night's
entertainment was reggae music.
Day 3 — 76 Miles
I dragged myself out of my sleep-
ing bag at 5:45 a.m. It was pret-
ty chilly outside.
I was ready to go by 7:15 a.m.,
unaware of the brutal heat that
was about to hit us. Not only was
it hot, but there was a warm
wind. It felt like a hair dryer was
blowing on us all day, and pit
stops were badly needed. I was
at my mom's stop for 30 minutes
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CAvicek INSTITU I 1-2
Call The Jewish News
tainment. First, the orga-
trying to rehydrate. I
nizers go over the news of participated in the didn't know how I was
the day, talk about in-
going to make it
juries, offer safety tips and Ride III, camping through the next four
along the way.
deliver weather updates.
days. But, then I met
I passed out from ex-
this gorgeous guy who
haustion by 10 p.m.
was riding with an artificial leg.
That really inspired me.
Day 2— 89 Miles
When we got into camp about
I woke up at 5:30 am. thinking I'd 4:30 p.m., it was so hot. Thank
get an early start. Wrong! The God one of my friends had a mo-
breakfast and bike checkout lines tel reservation. I didn't even feel
were super long — 25 minutes in bad about not staying at camp. I
each. By the time I washed up, needed serious healing to take
took down the tent and schlepped place. I swam, did laundry and
our bags to the gear truck, it was took a nice, long, hot shower. This
8 a.m. So much for a 7 a.m. take- trip really makes me appreciate
the simple things of everyday life.
The first 15 miles involved get-
ting out of Santa Cruz. There was Day 4 — 80.9 Miles
no room to spread out, so people
were riding on top of one anoth- I felt very refreshed as I walked
er. I saw two people fall at red back to camp for breakfast. I
lights. Once we got out into the found a friend of mine and we
took off around 7:30 a.m. So
country, it was much better.
The rest stop where my mom much seemed familiar from last
was working was an artichoke year when I did this ride.
farm. There, we had fresh straw-
berries, apples and bananas. My right before my mom's stop, but
mom snagged me a donut from I cruised on so I could spend a lit-
the crew food (just one of the perks tle more time with her.
Later we cruised through San
of knowing someone on crew).
Our ride passed by numerous Luis Obispo, Pismo Beach and
farms. Some field workers even Shell Beach. We stayed at the
gave out strawberries. By lunch, Santa Maria Campsite. There
the temperature was 109 de- was nothing but farmland in this
grees. It was also windy. I caught town. I don't think the semi
some tail winds and got up to 30 trucks liked sharing the road
miles an hour going down some with us. At 9 p.m., I had an in-
credible massage, and I was plen-
of the hills.
sleepy when I got back to the
At lunch, I got really light-
headed from dehydration For the tent.
next 15 miles, I drank every few Day 5— 46 Miles
minutes and tried to take it easy.
I continued to drink all day, but Today was a lazy start because
the heat really got to me. Later, of the low mileage. I could tell