Getting into Mexico was unbelievable. We literally just continued biking, looking for a check-in or customs, but we never met this. Just guards with guns telling us to keep biking. Before you know it, we were in Mexico without once having to show ID. So all those movies are realistic, afterall...
We didn't spend too much time in Juarez - basically just taking a few pics and turning around to return to Texas. Getting back into the US was a little bit more difficult, but all in all the border crossings were much more pleasing that we had anticipated.
And there it is. The trip is finished. We both (silently) had our doubts about finishing this journey. Day after day in Alberta, helping eachother hobble off the bikes while our legs are cramping were the source of many doubts. The great basin of Wyoming ate our spirts, the 15 mile climbs in Colorado were challenging, but somehow us two kids from Moncton, NB conquered the Divide. We couldn't be any happier with the outcome and the journey to get us here. It couldn't have been done without the support of all our friends and family at home and afar. The only thing I think we would have changed is an earlier ban on apricots. Thanks for reading and keeping up with our adventure! It was a pleasure sharing.
Geoff confused about these mountain things
The beginning of the end
Pick your side
The sign makes our bikes look clean
The dummies did it. they did it
The largest cast copper statue in the world
Making this the largest cast copper penis in the world