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    sdmarkus
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    With the anticipation of winter riding eating away at my very soul, I headed north for two nights under the stars, a few laps and some BC recon.

    Feel free to chastise me thoroughly for car camping and resort riding if you must :deadhorse:

    For some reason, my recent road trips have been plagued with technical difficulties…not a bad place to change a tire and take in the view if one must

    Breakfast of champions…

    Conditions could have been better, but you won’t hear me complain

    Not a bad spot to enjoy a cold Paranoid Pale Ale

    Early morning stroll…brrrrr

    Be Patient TEX, it’s almost time :thumpsup:

    #621319
    Rico in AZ
    559 Posts

    Nice!
    Some of that stuff looks rideable. Or is it just polished ice? Looks good from far, but is it far from good? Or even acceptable? How far north is that? I’ve got time to get out this week.
    How’s Mammoth?

    #621320
    sdmarkus
    407 Posts

    @ricorides wrote:

    Nice!
    Some of that stuff looks rideable. Or is it just polished ice? Looks good from far, but is it far from good? Or even acceptable? How far north is that? I’ve got time to get out this week.
    How’s Mammoth?

    Mammoth was pretty bullet proof but did soften up nicely in a few areas towards mid-day. Spent Sunday in June poking around before heading home. Definitely some rideable sections in the upper elevations, but relatively thin for the most part in the BC. Not to worry, it’s still early and El Nino is on the way :bananas:

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