4th o’ July means I get a whole day off just to do what I want to do! 🙂 And what do I want to do, you may ponder (or maybe you already know). I headed to Evergreen, home of sweet trails and hilly road rides. I met Steve Ruckhaus, the Cannondale rep, and we headed out to 3 Sisters so he could show me what Evergreen has to offer. Don’t tell anyone, but the trails are really fun and the scenery is beeeautiiful. The trails were pretty crowded and I was happy to see that mountain biking is not dead. In fact, it’s very alive. So alive, that my roommate, Liz, when mountain biking for her first time last Sunday and LOVED it! I told her it’s like hiking, except you get to go faster. 🙂 Anyway, coming back into town, Steve and I heard a marching band with bagpipes that took me back almost a decade (ugh, getting old) to my freshman/sophomore years of high school where we had pipes in our marching band show. I had a great time and Steve was absolutely hilarious. Then I came home and tinkered with my guitar for awhile…and now I’m about to hop back on the bike to show the suffer face at the short track. I’m very distraught because I lost one of my short track socks…maybe I’ll just wear one. I will be sorry later for sipping on this GoFast at 5 PM. I have just been so dang tired lately.
Me and Steve on our Scott and Cannondale, my two favorite bike brands. 🙂
As Borat would say, “Very nice!”
In other news, my digital camera finally died (why my blog has been lacking photos that I took). I got a new one last night that is really cool. I can even take videos with this one, AND I have a 2 gig card on the way. Fun for you, fun for me. 🙂 Last night I had to take photos with my new toy…
Uhh… Sangria… it just put me in a cataonic state where all I could do is laugh hysterically at Zoolander. Good times!