Every adventure rider knows there is nothing better than a great water crossing. I know I love a good one. You can ride miles of slab and your frown is instantly turned upside down the moment you roll through a solid (or more accurately, liquid) water crossing.
I admit big water crossings were my biggest concern when starting the Trans-America Trail solo. Water can be tricky. It can look completely innocent and yet it can be very deadly; like those children who reside in cornfields. As a resident of Colorado this has never been truer than today. As I write this blog, portions of the state are experiencing what is being referred to as a 500-year flood.
This is an excerpt from my latest contribution to RoadRunner Motorcycle Touring & Travel Magazine
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