Sure Beats Being at Work

For the most part the weather gods played nice this weekend.  Last week’s snow covered trails at Stub Stewart where a mixed bag of snow and mud this weekend.  The parking lot was pretty full by the time I arrived around 1pm.  Looked like people were mostly hitting up the disc golf course from what I saw.  I only ran into a couple other cyclists on the trails  Those without 4″ tires had a much harder time on some of the trails.

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What a difference one week makes

 

Monday Bogie and I got together for a gravel ride.   The partly sunny early morning conditions turned into clouds and fog, keeping temps from rising to where they had originally forecasted.

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Quick stop on Cedar canyon for some cow pictures
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peekaboo

Also finally took a little side trip to check out Hayward Cemetery.  I’m kind of fascinated by old cemeteries in the middle of nowhere.  We used to have a couple great options during bike rides in New Hampshire.   One up on Plymouth Mountain with a few stones dating back to revolutionary war times and then smack dab in the middle of Bear Brook State Park was the Leavitt Cemetery with some old headstones too.

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Hayward Cemetery – It looks like Heinrich was not even 10 yrs old

That was about it for my three day weekend.  Glad to get outside for a bit an play around.  I’ve got a “rest week” coming up for training purposes.  Time to give the legs a little recovery time.

Thanks for reading,

-Pete

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