2/28 lil Peek
yeah, spring is right around the corner
not that I am dwelling
learning a little more on Shitbag
I know where he works,
what he drives
his liscene plate number
when he gets off
what direction he drives
the legal definition of assault
right when he turned around and started driving back towards us hollering assholes is when I was genuinely felt threatened
2/26 FAH Q too
Hey m*ther f*cker what you doing with that camera?
I'm gonna take your picture.
Well take this...
That pretty much wrapped up the exchange.
that had went on for like 2 MINUTES!
I don't know this guy. But it is an all too familiar attitude - approaching pickup taking his half of a lane and a lane half road, right down the middle. A stacked game of chicken. Phillip tells him to get over when passing. So Mr. Green Truck turns it around and stalks us down the dead end road that leads to the sewer plant. So we hold up enough to see what's up.
In between the profanities he wants to know who has more right to be on the road. I thought we did. He told us otherwise. dude needs to ride a bike, maybe he could work off some of those aggressions. yeah right, we're the assholes.
2/25 Another Finger Not Mine
It's all fun and games till someone gets hurt.
Jacob says it is just a flesh wound and a smashed fingernail.
2/21 Classique Day
Map My Ride
The classic deTour Mason; Classic because this loop in some sort of fashion has been the 50 miler staple for quite some time, maybe 10 years?. Pavement that reaches up into southern Mason County for prime county roads consist of hopefully hard pac dirt, seasoned oh so lightly with any gravel. Sweet sections of KT possibilities like Lookout Point and the single track at Blackjack are usually mixed in depending on the transport mode. Fat tires was the call for such a phat day a we found some hub high mud after about an hour. That turned to red clay just to keep it interesting before the old county roads firmed up for pristine moto-ing. Quick picnic at Lookout fueled us to the half-way point and a solid ten mile stretch of dirt track from out around Evergreen, crossing over to Guyan Ck, and ending up at the mouth of Bear Hollow. One last foray up to Huddleston Knob included a little hike a bike up Wooly to tour the gas fields of Caanan Lands, before finishing up in five hours fitty.
2/17 2 bits
A couple flicks with the latest feature from sawyer Matt Johnson...
the log and moron the log
who don't like that?
2/15 Pick Up Rides
The dry up is in place and the clean up is looking good. Barboursville Park work is knock in the head. Big fat tire thanks to everyone that helped out. The troops have cleared and groomed the scout trails out and around camp. Lot of stuff was down and now it is gone. with maybe an interesting twist or two to boot... It is that type of mud that sticks to you tires, then dries concrete like
Lincoln County Line
2/9 More Words
Ron's Pill from back in the club car. I particularly like the shot of Andy way back in the ditch after the first fumble, before his second handover seen below. I thought he only went down once - now it's twice as good.
I was joking about the hill climb session up Wildcat. I got smoked on it. Chasing down on foot the geared technology in front. Bastards.
2/7 "Ride" ?
Andy taking a dive
Further down the road
Philip gettin the stale freshy
Dwayne needed just a bit more
Ron on track
Dwayne in the ditch
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