Thursday, April 3, 2008

Relax and ride

What a week it has been. Things are coming along on getting a couple of projects lined up for the next few weeks. Right now it is simply a matter of working hard in the mornings and then relaxing a bit in the afternoons and trying to ride as much as humanly possible.

Tuesday was a pretty easy day. Then, yesterday, I went out with Woody Keen and Chuck to look over some of the things PAS is looking at in Bent Creek. It was a nice four hour tromp in the woods. The above photo is from the climb up to Green's Lick, which by the way is coming together nicely for NTD. Today, is a "Dirty Thursday" and I will need to do a bit of prep and set up leading into that this afternoon. Then, tomorrow I wanted to go to I9 and work on the track and jumps a bit more, but it is looking a bit foreboding in the weather forecast. We shall see.

I also have been reading a really good Steinbeck novel about a scientific expedition into the Sea of Cortez also known as the Gulf of California. He does such a great job of painting humanity and life with a touch of realism, passing by the shallow pieces of the human soul and diving right into the core of a person. He is a great writer and one that I will probably explore a bit more in the coming months.

Enjoy the day and smile at least once.

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