Biking Across America with WE ADD UP - Day 30: Alone

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.

There was no Internet connection or cell phone coverage in Fairfield, Idaho, and we do not suppose that is much of a surprise. The countryside and mountains in Idaho are vast and empty, but utterly majestic and spectacular. Eric got a flat tire 15 miles into the Day 30 ride, but changed it in record time: how could one get anxiety in this serene and seemingly boundless landscape?
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Tags: Activism | Bike-Friendly World | Biking | Clothing | Global Climate Change | Global Warming Solutions


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