The heck of it is that I regularly do cardio (hiking with a 25 lb backpack) but I rarely do stairs. Walking stairs is not the same as hiking on hilly terrain, a fact my calves will attest to. There were quite sore and painful for the next 2 days. Reminding me that I need to re-introduce the Planet Fitness stair climber into my workout plan...Cardio.....it's for what ails you......
Ur not supposed to drink the whole bottle at one sittingOnce in Galeana, we did what we always do. Find something to eat and then root through JT's stuff till we find his hidden stash of tequila.
Galeana has a new sign.
Having located JT's tequila, we proceeded to have a small sample. Please note that I really don't drink tequila or any hard liquor. I drink a little beer sometimes but the truth is I'm a lightweight.
I gotta stop drinkin' that stuff.
"Y no se muere quien se va, sólo se muere el que se olvida."Thanks for posting. Great adventure for you guys. That timepiece forever stopped at 3 pm is an interesting mural. Can someone translate words painted under the cross. Just curios that's all.
You definitely should stop and hike down to the bottom under the natural bridge. Ive done it 4 times and in exchange for your strenuous physical efforts, you're rewarded with a great scenic view, calm river sounds below and some good cardio to make up for sitting in the saddle. It gets the blood pumping good. Now its all cement steps with metal rails but not even 8 yrs ago, it was a regular hiking trail with some spots with a few ropes for rails. Fang told us that there might be a hiking trail on the north side of bridge that you can follow down to a cave ?? Take JT with you down there but make sure he doesn't walk under any spiraling stair cases, ochh!Awesome pix. Next time, I'm stopping and trekking down to see this for myself!
Thank you.Nice pics ! I see why you chance a nice camera in the rough stuff.