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Monday, May 31, 2010

Putting Down Roots

We planted some trees this weekend.  We are trying to block our view of the temple.  I think we will need more trees.  The weather has improved.  I've even been on the bike.  Yesterday, Patty and I rode around the valley on cross bikes and then I went up Green Canyon with Greg and Doug.  Two-a-days.  That would get me back in shape.  Below are random photos I've been meaning to post.  There's no theme.  Just randomness.

The trees are aspen and water birch.  No, they're not drought tolerant, but they are what we wanted.

This is a big 400 pound black bear killed on the road in southern Utah.  Patty has more work to do.

Patty found this rock art on her southern Utah trip.  I told you these were random pictures.  It happens when I post so infrequently.

If there is a rock slide in a National Park and there's no one around to take a picture of it, does it still make a sound?  Patty heard it, and got a picture to prove it.

Above is my ultralight rack-less touring set-up, almost off road worthy.  It all fits in two old panniers, one on the bars and one under the seat.  No, it's not perfect.  I will get real bags some day.  Then, I'll get in real shape.  Then I'll show up for at the start of the Tour Divide.  I should have more pictures of my tour soon.  Maybe.




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