Sep 162013
 

Others who are affected by the flood and others who are no longer with us. Yesterday, Leslie and I headed out on bikes. Rumor had it Kenosha Pass was dry, so we headed there. She recently got an SB-66 so it was time to show it around! But first, a little tribute to Anthony…

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He loved the Colorado Trail, and we would frequent here often.

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The trees are just starting to turn!

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It is very nice frolicking over aspen covered trails!

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The water levels weren’t that high, which is surprising to me. It is amazing how widespread the Colorado weather patterns can be.

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We got a few loud thunder clap warnings, which meant to me, we were suppose to turn around.

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After turning around, the sun kept coming in and out.

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After climbing back, I turned around, and sure enough it was coming down.

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Super fun ride! Wish we could have made it further, but mother nature had a different idea. It was just nice to get out and clear the mind. I’m thinking about my Lyons friends whose lives have changed dramatically over the week. For donations, 100% of the funds will go directly back to Lyons: http://www.lyonscf.org

  •  September 16, 2013
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