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Trailside B&B
One of those evocative trailside stops (this one with a garden) for those calling it quits for the day.

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RayMondoLooks ideal

RayMondo

Voted 10/10

Mine is a plate of beans and the campfire coffee at sunset. Then head on out in the morning. Yee hah!!
Posted Mar 25, 2010 7:50 pm

rustybikeRe: Looks ideal

rustybike

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One of those places to uncover along the trail. If you are into it, they also rent Tee-Pees for a more rustic experience !

Regarding the food; I tried the canned beans but just couldn't get the mileage I'd get with the mandatory glocuse rich food (like sweet canned beans !)which also prevents the heart from going out of glucose and causing that stroke which occured to me once after ingurgitating eggs without anything for the sweet tooth (no joke... I associated this with a lack of sugar).Despite the fear of a fatal attack, I got back to life with a caramel chocolate bar rich in glucose...Also, I remarked that if I over indulged in food I would turn into a lame duck that wouldn't do any mileage. Overall the best mileage food is pasta even if I figured that powdered milk spiced up with cinnamon sugar did wonders ! (mind you, soya milk ,cookies and the right provision of vitamins is to associate with a personal record) And yes,soybean Lecithin seemed to produce good results with the nervous system while toning me down . Vitamin E for its part seems to do wonders regenerating tissue (such as observed once applying the contents of a vitamin E caplet on a wound) .
Posted Mar 29, 2010 2:43 pm

RayMondoTee-Pees, and foods

RayMondo

Voted 10/10

Wow, Tee-Pees are amazing structures, and I should like the experience of staying in one. A sure complementary addition to my lust for Cowboy scenes and out on the range experiences. As a matter of fact, last Autumn, I spent many nights camping in the garden. Really great.


Indeed, pasta is one of my favourites. I learned how to cook some most excellent dishes whilst in Italy. Once, cooking dinner for the staff at the Hotel !!

However, when in the mountains, I find a protein breakfast far better to keep me going. Such as a couple of scrabled eggs. Refined sugars bombs me out, so I steer clear of them. Orange and Grapefruit, raw, keep me going for hours without problem. And nowadays, I eat mountains of salad, and find it improved my health in many ways.
Posted Mar 30, 2010 2:47 pm

rustybikeRe: Tee-Pees, and foods

rustybike

Hasn't voted

You actually go without sugar once on a lengthy treck ? No joke , I got a stroke once and came back to life with the glucose ! As a result I also keep a provision of dried raisins just in case ! LOL ! -try the corn syrup...-

By the way,; once on a lengthy treck into the outback, just don't look as stupid as myself. Try to ride as a company as opposed to riding alone. It happened to me more than once (such as on an unconspicuous gravel road leading far beyond civilisation ) to fall on wildlife waiting in earnest at road side.Although along the trail the risks are minimised.

Regarding the hills and the outback, if I had the guts, the muscle and the means I'd risk discovering the Valin hills (north east of lake St John) , the Manicouagan region, Gasp├ęsie and..Anticosti island... These last few years I tended to priveledge bike travel basically to stay alive... Something is draining me out of my head and causing what loooks like epilepsy...
Posted Mar 31, 2010 12:36 pm

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