THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING
Bill thats you!? So THATS how it looks dry
ha. thats my handlebars anyway. looks fun dry doesn tit?
Rode Nocamixon last night for the first time since late autumn. There has been some new work done out there, a few more bridges and fortifications. It's almost overbuilt at this point, but the conditions last night were perfect (82 degrees at 6:30 pm probably played a role in that, too .)
I forgot how rocky it is in sections there. I actually chose to ride there because I f'ed up my left hand a week or so ago (think I probably fractured one of the small bones because I can feel something out of place and it hurts like hell every time I bump off a root or something.) As a result, I've tried to avoid riding Wiss since, so I figured a trip to Nocamixon would be a nice substitute, but there are actually a lot more rocks and roots there than I remembered. Not a ton of miles, but a few more connector trails than last year. I put it all together and had 11 miles before getting back to the car.
Washington xing yo