Sunday, March 30, 2008

Spring Dirt, Mud, and Snow

The snow has finally melted enough for me to get on the trails. Some areas are clear and dry, while other places are still snow covered.
Dirty Surly Karate Monkey
Some dry trail
Muddy 3x8 drivetrain
Parked against a huge sheet of ice along the river
Another thick ice sheet
A beaver swam by going downstream
Looking up at the bluffs
Cooking my lunch on the Surly Nice Front Rack

2 Comments:

Blogger reverend dick said...

Your bike rack cooking inspires me.

12:06 PM  
Blogger Joe said...

I just got tired of cooking directly on the snow this winter. Snow would melt under the stove and it would start to tilt. Plus I had to stand on my head to see if the stove was still lit. So far, it works great. I just need to make a better wind screen. I also like how you supplement your esbit tabs with twigs. That's a great idea. I shouldn't have given my Esbit stove away, but the cat stove works so well.

Joe

6:04 PM  

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