Yo General, I like that last photo of the night sky, the band of clouds and the lights of Oakridge. Good stuff.
Ya, cool lights, nice job on those Scar, Albee really seems to like them.
Sparty, ya that shot was pretty neat, I took about 8 shots playing with the exposure to get it. It was actually pitch black, we were waiting for the other 2 in the party to cut out a tree so I figured I try and capture how cool it was sitting there on great night. How was Da'Pass, any pictures?
Pluck a string,
And hum a tune.
Where were these pics taken with that much snow? And the fog over the valley?
Larry of the Swiss Alps
Ride Follow up
Oh, yeah, me likey, very muchly.
Originally Posted by scar
I'm really diggin' on my Amoebas. They're superhero lights -- powerful and good!
Scar, after all our discussion and all my experimenting, I went ahead and mounted the helmet light battery right on the helmet. Not too heavy, and I got used to the weight pretty quickly. And I love not even having to think about the cord when I take my Camelback off. The bar light battery is mounted to a velcro strip at the front of the top tube. That is some powerful velcro; no issues with the batteries, even on my rigid 29er.
Trail condition was excellent. Wreckless and I took out a tree just above the lowest road crossing. There were only a few more. Very, very little snow on the trail, and Wreckess said it had melted a lot just from the previous day.
After Alpine and Westfir tie, I climbed that gravel road at the bottom of Westfir Tie and hit that little roadbed singletrack descent that leads to North Fork Trail proper. So d@mn fast and fun I did that section three times! Rode North Fork to road 1910, only one tree down in that section. Great conditions!!