My bike after 2+ hours of riding, not a lot of mud. In fact there was hardly any mud, there wasn't even a puddle. Sure it was pretty damp and the roots were slick, but that just makes it a little more interesting.
Then I moved to Pennsylvania, and found a new doctor. With a lot of persuasion from my wife and a good report from Matt (who uses the same doctor) I made an appointment. My doctor rides so he knows where I am coming from a lot of the time. I still rush out to make an appointment, but I don't avoid going either. So I have been happy with current physician and this past week I found a few more reasons. While getting beer at my local distributor I ran into my doctor, buying some quality beer, that is a plus in my book. Then on Wednesday I was out for an easy spin at White Clay and ran into my doctor again. So now I have had random encounters with my doctor doing two of my favorite things. I think I will keep this one.
My trip to Keith's got postponed because of the weather so I did a short ride form home. Today the weather was humid, damp and not very nice, but I wanted to ride. We haven't had a lot of rain, so I figured Fair Hill would be OK. I was right.
So those that decided it was too wet missed out. I had a great ride, and pretty much had the park to myself.
Well it is time to kick back and watch some football,