Biking Across America with WE ADD UP - Day 29: Moonscapes

This post is one in a series of video blogs about biking across America with WE ADD UP to raise awareness about how to stop global warming. Check out more posts in this series here.

Early on the morning of Day 29 outside of Arco, Idaho, Eric and Carson are approached by a ground-shaking "piece of equipment." It did not, however, portend of the day to come. Instead, the long, monotonous Idaho roads became the astounding Craters of the Moon National Monument. The volcanic rock formations, juxtaposed with wildflowers, spindly trees, blue-white-black skies, a brief downpour, slick roads, campers, and gung-ho mountain bikers who wanted to know where we started our trip ("Idaho Falls," Eric said, and then paused, and corrected himself: "Boston!") made for an otherworldly, but very enjoyable, afternoon...enough so, that Carson waxed philosophical about the trip as the day was ending.
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