Well the heat done went east. Today was mildly warm, a little windier than I would've liked.
Me and JB were the whole contingent; we talked about food fights in the Oval Office.
There were a half-dozen PG&E trucks near The Dips - they were not interested in going ahead of us. I assumed they were doing critical work to prevent fires, ensure grid stability, and behave themselves.
Up a little higher we saw an old guy with a Jaguar sedan parked on the side of the road - it looked like he was planting milkweed seeds. I'm not sure that's legal, but I like butterflies.
Wildlife Encounter: Honey Badgers
My neighbor's group was at Junction when we got there. So were some big-ass horseflies. Punkin Jay and I passed each other on my way down.
I think that's about 5 rides from home now, and I can still put in an OK Junction time, so I'm probably getting close to adding in a few Juniper trips to my post patella palmares.
|I see this guy all the time - for a fraction of a second at a time - he is smooooth. Luiggi Zuniga|
|Honey Badger, not giving a damn.|
|Punkin Jay was being chased by a Honey Badger.|
|Honey Badger being a badass.|
|Oh THAT'S what they were doing.|