I did one day at a time, lived in the moment, and very rarely thought about how far I'd come or how far I had to go. It's like that on tour. There is just barely a tomorrow and the day after tomorrow doesn't exist at all.
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StevenP, Through another thread you created it appears that you are doing this trip supported?Where did you see that?
I only use two bottle holders as the bottom one can get covered in gunge on wet mucky days.I use all three, but I never drink from the lower bottle cap, which can get covered with giardia and other nasties. Before I use that bottle, I swap the lid with one of my other bottles.