stone cold lampin'
we like bikes!
Sunday, March 12
Why Lee
Coyote.

I finally listened to the wife and put down the bike and picked up the boots. It was a recon mission of sorts, where there's no bikes allowed, for now. I decided its time to start giving back a bit, and now I'm working with the BoulderMountainbike Alliance to try and convince the city to 1. Open existing trails in this area 2. Create more trail loops in this area. There's huge potential, and if we get half of what we're planning to ask for, I'll have twice as much dirt available for mountain bike tires an easy ride from home.



7 Comments:
Blogger bdiddy said...
Looks like you did a good job sneaking up on that little doggee!

Good luck with the trail advocacy.

Blogger debaser said...
He was pretty far away, maybe half a mile? We came around a bend and he spotted us almost as quick as I saw him. He wouldn't let us get anywhere near him.

Blogger redstone said...
Sweet. We saw a pretty big on at Boulder Valley Ranch a few weeks ago. He was gone pretty quick.

Blogger magic said...
Is anyone awake out there?

Blogger redstone said...
not me dude. I didn't get to sleep until about 3am last night...

Blogger debaser said...
Sure has been nighty night time for this blog. We could use someone to open up a hive of bees in this thing to liven it up a bit.

Dave, saw Dale at the local beer store serving up Corned beef and cabbage and beercanchicken. He says that bike you donated was real nice.

Blogger Chaybo said...
too busy...can't breathe, please send a KNEE-braskan