Maybe some pics of my recent trip to VT and NY will breathe some life in to my neglected blog. I need to try to bring this thing around. I could write a book about my air travel fiasco this trip but I won't get in to it. I'll save it for an email to United.
On the Charlotte ferry headed to Whiteface.
Nice location, this is out the hotel lobby in Lake Placid.
Good day for Cannondale
Ned and Joan on the ferry home
Hitting golf balls in to the pool above the waterfall. I will claim it, I hit one in!
Receding flood waters in Burlington. It was four feet higher. The ferry is still closed.
Great to be home in the summer. It had been years.
Found this beauty in an old photo album, I'm on the right, check the mowhawk.
Sitting at the airport in Chicago now, feeling like I got up at 4:30 am two days in a row and waiting for the Starbucks line to die down.
This blog has been neglected lately... I've been swamped with work.
I did get a few rides in down south last weekend after working a few days in St. George. Met up with some of the Camp Lynda crew for a little but mostly just rallied the usual trails. Sunday morning we rode with the bunch as far as Starvation Point which is across the Arizona boarder looking down on to i15 in the canyon between St. George and Mesquite on the way to Vegas. Here are some pics from out there.
Here's Matt roasting raw coffee beans in a mini roaster. I am ruined now, totally spoiled. I'm seriously considering buying a small roaster.
And a parting shot from the trail. A few miles of this takes the edge off a long week of work immediately...
When I was 18 I moved from the 802 to the 801 looking for bigger mountains and a college degree. I found both and I'm still here 10 years later as UT has a lot to offer. I still have my VT pride though, especially when it comes to maple syrup or cheddar cheese...