Sunday Dirt


Solo adventuring today on some favorite roads. Household stuff to do – so I kept it short to 38 or so. Shot some video descending Governor Chittenden Road – but the bar mounted camera bouncing around makes it nearly impossible to watch.

13 Responses to “Sunday Dirt”

  1. Apertome says:

    Looks wonderful! I have not been getting out, as we are getting ready to move. Gotta get back to packing, in fact, but it was nice to enjoy some riding vicariously.

  2. jim says:

    Kenyon looks to be in great shape. Too bad I missed it.

  3. patrick says:

    sweet – i stayed off the dirt yesterday b/c i thought saturdays rain would have made it a little mucky.

    but, I had a nice ride down to bristol (which wasn’t my intention) – totally zoned out in Huntington and missed my turn onto hollow rd. oh well. bonus miles!

  4. mb says:

    @ patrick – that’s a long ride for someone who didn’t feel up to riding… 😉

    was it my early start? or my slowness? or my hygiene? or my rattly fenders that kept you away?

  5. patrick says:

    yeah, about 80 miles too long.

    nothing to do with you, mb – i really had no intention or desire to ride. i just freaked out about the BHAG and force fed myself mileage. i need to find another month’s worth of motivation – any ideas?

  6. jim says:

    I have a motivational idea for you.

  7. patrick says:

    i bet you’re just full of good ideas after your weekend in Vershire, Jim 😉

  8. jim says:

    it’s the sulphur in the water. what the hell is BHAG?

  9. mb says:

    big hairy audacious goal – otherwise known as the 1200k (sorry, 1240k) i talked him into riding with me… and the way he’s riding he’ll be solo off the front and i’ll be eating cinnamon buns with you and john. 😉

  10. jim says:

    big hairy-assed gorilla.

  11. patrick says:

    Jim – is this what happens when Judy isn’t around to keep you in check?!

  12. Randle McMurphy says:

    She is much nicer than Nurse Ratched.

  13. patrick says:

    one flew east, one flew west, one flew over the cuckoo’s nest.

    oregon. kesey. you’re starting to make sense to me, Jim 😉