Embrace the moo-tality

A lot of CDT publications use the phrase 'embrace the brutality. '  Trail humor has modified that to 'embrace the moo-tality.'  Last night there were cows all around,  mooing. 😊

Today's highlight was the CDT taking us up and over Burro Mountain at 8,000 feet.   Fairly steep up and down,  but it sure felt refreshing to breathe cooler,  mountain air.

Burrow Mountain Homestead is very old and enduring.   We're staying in the Roosevelt Room,  named so because Teddy Roosevelt stayed in this room!  Feels good to have a shower,  cook our own meal (they sell frozen pizza,  and we can use the kitchen) and tomorrow I'll make hot coffee and have a hot breakfast.   Then,  on to Silver City for Trail Days and our first zero day.

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