Sunday Canyonrat joined me and we attempted to track HomegrownMN, Slow and Luis who had gone bikepacking for the weekend in a rainy, humid alpine environment.
Moose! Funny enough, I have an Aunt Moose. Though she is maybe 5'1" and 110 lbs tops.
Is that a funnel cloud forming behind you Canyonrat?
If so, Wheelies are a Must!
A rare site. On the CT on the Breckenridge side with Mt. Guyot hidden by thick pillows of cotton in the sky
Onward, downward, all hail to the Great Flume!
A high alpine swamp to wade. We're already wet, why not!
Canyonrat at the Great Flume Wall
and it just keeps going
Miners had to eat
Little French was exploding
Rainbows danced on the ground
The clouds swirled and thrashed in the sky
Its not mountainbiking without a little hike a biking
and a little more
Peppy lepou says it best according to Canyonrat, "Zee Pass, Its French no?"
Once we reached, "Zee Pas" at 12,000 + ft the rain picked up and my thermometer started plummeting dropping from 52 degrees to 46 degrees in the matter of a minute or two. Then the winds started and we dropped as fast as we could.
Down to Michigan Creek. We never found Homegrown's crew but they left me a note on my rear window. "French was Bueno". Hell yea it was!
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