That was the best camp we have had yet! The weather was ride perfect, company a blast and St George trails in tippy-top form. I had a total blast creating a huge fatigue monster in my body which has currently swallowed my blogging skills. I’m reduced to a bulleted list in the void of flowing […]
. Philosophy Camp motto is SELF SUPPORTED. Come ready to be independent and self sufficient in every aspect. Everyone is invited provided you come self supported; have your gps with the route (we provide) loaded, ride at your own pace, shortcut/bail when you have reached your fun threshold. Fitness and ability level are non-issues, you […]
I was out today checking trail conditions and putting down a few gps points for the day #3 ride file. It was a beauty day out. The long term weather forecast is looking ride perfect! Here are some of the beautiful desert features you will see on Day 3 Rest stop! Pristine desert
This weekend was what I like to think of as a typical January weekend in StG – it was a beauty. Low 60’s and calm. On Saturday I went for a great 4 hour road ride so Sunday was dirt time. All the trails are steadily drying out and Dave emerged from his winter hibernation […]
I headed to the dirt today with Cimarron Chacon. Cim is the mastermind behind many local trails including the newly designated IMBA Epic Jem trail. She is also the promoter of 25 Hours of Frog Hollow. Today we went out to lay down some gps tracks and get some accurate measurements on her new project TRUE Grit. […]
Blogging is supposed to be dead in 2011…but luckily *my* blog doesn’t seem to be all the way there yet ;-) St George had a really wet December. This is what happened when some real cold was added on to the wet. I’ve never ever seen ice like this in Green Valley. I was slipping […]
Here is one photo per month from my 2010. It was a good year for me! Dave, bikes, kids, friends, scenery. What else is needed in a year?