Expert Pushing SSer
You're entirely welcome Meatfoot. It's not everyday I get to practice gorilla bike mechanics, tee-hee , "get a bigger log to smack that thing with"
Originally Posted by Meat Foot
A good time was had by all.
Sorry so many had to leave early, half the fun was around the fire afterwards. M'mmm, Eric's chili, and beer, and cookies...
I am a Mountain Biker therefore I am late
Too much fun! As usual, DOD hospitality shone.
I'll post pics of my bruises as soon as they color up a bit better.
Where can I get one of those firestarters?
Originally Posted by Impy
"Yes, honey: I do
love this bike more than I love you."
Yes, I'm glad my suggestion to "just hight it gently" actually worked, or I'd be buying you a new BB!
Originally Posted by Mudflaps
I'm also sorry we weren't able to hang around afterwards, but my group made it home without speeding ticket, crash, or injury! And with me driving, that's a stretch.
A great day! DOD Rocks! (Even Davey when he's cuting in on my line! ;-))
A witty saying proves nothing. -- Voltaire
Sorry 'bout cuttin' ya off, dude!!! I didn't even know who I was heckling until we regrouped at the end of that trail. That's one thing about Whypass -- if you're a local, you get familiar with the sneaky shortcuts where you can take cuts on yer buds!
Originally Posted by LeeMan
Great having you down again; glad you enjoyed the ride (& the drive... hey, got any photos from the back seat? Hmmmm...) DODers ended up hanging out at the 'pile until ~6pm... darkness had fallen... all the beer gone... fire down to nuthin' but coals yet still emitting plenty of much needed warmth... broke down the tents & tables... called it a day... hated to leave the scene... too much fun over & done once again.
Somebody counted 88 Meat participants this year. Do you believe it!?!?
Thanks again for making the journey to join yo' Southern Bruthas & Sistaz, you guys.
P.S. Next biggie: Harmonic Convergence! Oh yeah!
We don't quit riding because we get old.
We get old because we quit riding.
Many thanks again to the DOD for ACM 4. And my gratitude to the 'moderate' group for tolerating (at least in public) my slowness. I had interned to ride the 'slow poke' group, but they sounded too slow.
Larry of the Swiss Alps