Heading to Alaska tonight and looking for company for a day or two over the next week while in Anchorage for a run or bike ride. Really hoping to find any diabetics out there who like to keep active. Not a fan of running or biking by myself. I've never had a problem with low sugars, but I'm an over-planner. Like to make sure I'm covered, preferably by someone who knows about my T1D and what to do if I act funny.

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Nope! I far away from you here in south texas! I hope you have fun and stay safe. Hows the weather up there?
Weather is nice. High 60's. Not sure what the sun looks like because I've been stuck inside working for the last two days. Thanks for the replies, I will probably try to hook up with a bike shop, although most of them are on "Tourism" mode and only run "bike tours".

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