Our eighth week of pedaling along the GDMBR began at Sweetwater River just outside Atlantic City, WY, and brought us to Lynx Pass Campground, northwest of Kremmling, CO. We finished our push to Rawlins, WY early so we would have time to relax in town before resuming southward with friends Andy and Silvia. That final push included crossing one of the harshest, most unforgiving stretches of the entire GDMBR, Wyoming’s Great Divide Basin.
After an awesome stay in the Coyote Cabin, we enjoyed breakfast with Tom and Deb before setting off.
We arrived at Enterprise a few minutes before it opened. As we sat there, a fellow named Tom came over to talk, along with his sweet dog, Lucy. He and his wife, Deb, were cleaning out the warehouse next to Enterprise. We discovered later that they owned the Enterprise building, too.
When Enterprise opened, the agent informed us that he did not have any cars available. He did, however, have a fifteen person van, which he gave to us for the price of a full-sized car.
We enjoyed a great night’s sleep on the deck and woke up to have a home-cooked breakfast with Garrett and Ali. We bid them adieu and headed to the post office to mail back a few more items.
Outside of the post office, we met a series of interesting people. The first was a fellow named Don from Allentown, PA. He had a mountain bike that he was riding on the Colorado Trail from Durango to Denver.
The morning started out slowly after a late night.