Biking Across America with WE ADD UP - Day 36: Talcum Powder


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.

In January 2005, Carson and a few friends climbed Mount Washington in New Hampshire. Day 36 of the bike trip, 2008 brought Carson and Eric to Mount Washington, Oregon. As Carson points out, both versions of the Mount Washington bring all sorts of interesting challenges. Seeking to alleviate one of the bike trip's major pains, Carson puts some talcum powder to good use before tackling the last day of the bike trip across America.

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