Travels with Ibo Part 3: The Grand Canyon

For those of you that like my Ohmygod series, I wrote another travel journal about my drive from Sausalito, California to Philadelphia when I moved out here about 15 years ago. I published that journal here on the drunken cyclist a couple of years ago. On this Throwback Thursday, I thought I would re-blog the episode when we (I was traveling with my beloved dog Ibo [pronounced eee-BOO] who sadly died three years ago) made a detour to the Grand Canyon since neither of us had ever been. Be sure to let me know what you think!

the drunken cyclist

Hello again everyone, this is the third installment of my drive across the country from a few years ago.  I started in Marin County, California, and made my way to Philadelphia.  My companion for the trip was my dog, Ibo (pronounced eee-BOO) who has since sadly passed away.  So I guess, in a way, this is also a tribute to her, simply the greatest dog ever.  Click on the links for the two previous entries:

Travels with Ibo Part 1: Drive East-Search for Gas

Travels with Ibo Part 2: Hotel Brunswick

Part 3: The Grand Canyon

I went to bed last night at the Hotel Brunswick planning on getting up rather early.  The plan was simple.  Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Four Corners, no problem.  To hit all of them, I needed to get up early.  Sleeping was not an option. Since the trains had continued all through the night, every 30-45…

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About the drunken cyclist

I have been an occasional cycling tour guide in Europe for the past 20 years, visiting most of the wine regions of France. Through this "job" I developed a love for wine and the stories that often accompany the pulling of a cork. I live in Houston with my lovely wife and two wonderful sons.
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