Stoneyford Camp Out and Ride December 28
Posted November 11, 2002 - 07:13 PM
Posted November 12, 2002 - 11:35 AM
We haven't talked in quite a while. I can't make it after all for New Years' ride. Really wanted to try this one out. I just can't justify a long trip until business picks up. It is showing some signs of life after two years, though. I won't see it for a few months yet, but maybe springtime is good, too. Did you see Danny L's post on another topic about "how far in a day" or something like that? This could be good timing for me and might be a great adventure if you are up for it. Nevada 1000 pre-run with GPS???
PS: any of you guys who can make it, I can vouch for PMaust. He will only drink half your beer (of course, leaving the rest for you), he'll help you fix his flat tires, and if you get hassled by a Ranger, he will not make the Ranger too upset while he is writing your ticket.
I kid, I kid!!!!!
Posted November 12, 2002 - 02:48 PM
Dan - you got it wrong. Paul will drink all your beer if he crashes and hurts himself and has to stay in camp.
Anja, Tootsie (Monty can I bring the dog if I bring my bike?) & I would love to join in the fun but we have an annual commitment at Dove Springs.
Maybe a TT weekend at Middle Creek in Jan or Feb?
Posted November 12, 2002 - 04:14 PM
You know, you may be right. Come to think of it, he didn't crash at Alta Sierra, so we all kept an eye on him since he was with us most of the time.
Thanks for the heads-up. I guess I need to bring my booby-trapped cooler next time so the suds vault isn't violated by common beer thieves.
PS: when he sees this thread again, you and I are in deep stuff.
Posted November 12, 2002 - 06:24 PM
Posted November 12, 2002 - 10:19 PM
Brian, if you are injured, what else is there to do except drink beer! Surely, you can make it up one day or the other? I don't care if you bring the dog as long as you bring a bike also! By the way, did you ever get a job yet?