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Spectacular! Sensational! A super-solo extravaganza of delightfully brilliant wildflowers emitting odoriferous hints and exuding tranquility all about the trail, indignant to my passing. The sunset back-lit flowers were breathtaking. Gorgeous. Back in reality, something HUGE going on at Cooks. Strong to the end. Truly, a Great Ride!
Sensational evening ride. Wildflowers are still going off and were in spectacular form in the evening sun. The Indian Paintbrush was especially stimulating as it was brightly backlit in a luscious red. I felt strong the whole ride with real good flow on the descent. Saw just 2 other riders as I was descending. Great Ride! Indeed.
I was dragging a bit on this one. Still, I had to make it out to the Luge, at least, to see the brushing work my neighbor, Kioti, had done. Josh was all in to the fast climb. I am smart enough to climb at my own pace. Nice to see the beautiful wildflowers still out there doing there gorgeous and aromatic thing! Even nicer to see the damage done by the Jeeps and the Mercedes is growing back and there is much less evidence of the destruction those vehicles caused. Yay! Awesome temps, and thanks to OTH only 3 other riders! First time down the Luge since my crash a month ago. Unfortunately, I could not find any flow all the way from OC and on down the Luge, so I just cruised along way off my normal confident speed. Good job on the brushing Jim! Great Ride!
Truly delightful late afternoon solo cruise. Real peaceful like. Great Ride!
Feeling a lot stronger today than yesterday, good thing too, riding with J and J. Sliced a sidewall just before reaching OC. Thought it was burped sidewall, then it appeared to be a loose stem, but as we found later on the descent it was a sidewall slice. Luckily the Stan's sealed it, kind of, at least enough to get me home. Too bad, it's a nearly new tire, less than 6 rides on it. Still, it was a Great Ride!
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