Bold Rock Hard Cider
Bold Rock Hard Cider

Sippin’ on Bold Rock Hard Cider

Bold Rock Hard Cider
Grabbing a beer at Bold Rock Hard Cider

Last night I stealth camped behind White Hall Community Center. I’ve gone about 30 miles today through parts of the Shenandoah Mountains. I veered off the route and took route 790 where I met Terry Parkins who gave me a connection for a civil engineering position in Seattle. I almost got attacked by a few dogs since no one seems to utilize fences around these parts. As long as I kept going they seemed to leave me be. I ended up grabbing some groceries at the local BP gas station and ventured off down the road to find Bold Rock Hard Cider where I did a tasting and drank a few hard cider apple brews which were delicious of course.

The sky is very cloudy and the area is experiencing scattered showers so I have decided to squat in the evergreen trees on their property until I’m able to continue cycling. I may end up stealth camping here as the original campground is only a few miles away and I’ll save some money as long as I’m not seen.

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Brian Cray is not a cyclist. He’s not a hitchhiker. He’s not a train hopper or an adrenaline junkie. He’s just an ordinary man with gypsy blood in his veins, who can’t seem to settle down. Nothing defines him. He goes wherever this world takes him on this journey we call life, roaming the world, at will, by any means. He aspires for a life of indefinite travel, a tiny home in the woods for him and his wife, and any work that keeps him wanderin’. Brian Cray is a travel writer at heart, sharing his stories with the world one keystroke at a time.

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