I’m acutely aware that my life will not always be as good as it is today. Many I know are struggling with major life issues. So when I have a day like this one, which is paramount to living my best life, I don’t take it for granted. Things will change. And when they do, I’ll have days like today to think back on, and remember what’s possible. 

From the moment I rolled out of the idyllic town of Red Lodge, Montana, I couldn’t stop smiling. 

The 64 miles of road I embarked upon was once described by Charles Kuralt as unequivocally “America’s most scenic drive.” It is. 

I’m not even going to talk about it. 

It ended in another idyllic town called Cooke City. I had an amazing lunch at The Beartooth Cafe and headed into Yellowstone. 

Almost hit a buffalo. Saw a grizzly beside the road. Had the time of my life, and never stopped smiling. 

I passed the 3,000 mile mark today... and I can’t wait to get back on the bike again tomorrow. 

I posted a video separately, if you’re interested. Thanks for following along on my journey. I wish y’all could have been with me today.

Comment