And it is raining. From the forecast, I found they are expecting more Monday. But we need an update from Hood Ornament. I think there's going to be some great creek crossings. Hint: Bring Camera. Sam
WOW ! Great trail guide . Read it cover to cover w/ my finger following every road . It's making my crazy to have to wait another week for this.
Thanks Richard . I might have to bring the Vstrom too.
We are lucky to have Richard and to be part of the group that gets to ride that area.
Might have to stay an extra day . What do you think JT ?
I've stayed there before and have no complaints. It's $10 a night for tent camping if I remember right with a few dollars extra for electricity. They've got real restrooms and showers.
If I don't get ahold of them I really don't care because my plan is just to wing it anyway. All I know is I'm working out all the details right now to make this trip happen. I'm going to ride there and back on my bike from Texas. While I'm there I'm gonna ride some sweet trails, breathe in some fresh mountain air and hang out with some great new people. Other than that I have no idea what I'm going to eat or where I'm going to sleep. I'm okay with that because it's what I want to do. Makes everything a bit more interesting. Sleeping in the National Forest sounds good, too.
Special Bonus Ride: The John Murphy Special
Okay, Riders, I've got great news. John "El Matador" Murphy has volunteered to lead a ride on Saturday along a route that has been specially designed for this important and momentous occasion, aka The John Murphy Special.
This route consists of class 1 and 2 roads only, making it beginner and big bike friendly.
John will be at the riders meeting on Saturday morning to answer any questions and get the ride organized.
COOL COOL RAIN! RAIN ON ME. FOR THE CREEK IS WIDE AND IT IS DEEP, BUT GREAT RICHES LAY ON THE OTHER SIDE! Coconut Cream Riches. Just follow Big A. He has the secret pirate map to pie.
Shirley said "88 deg., I will have to bring a parka!"