The Overton Trail and back...quickly.
Trip Start Jan 09, 2012
100Trip End Jun 04, 2012
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I drove back to camp and cooled my heels until dinnertime. I made some sausage patties for dinner, to be used a burgers. They were a bit rare, but I figured I'd know if it made me sick by the time I went to bed
The sunset was outstanding, so i took the bike around in the park to shoot it from a new perspective. I haven't heard any complaints about too many of them, but will post only a few of the many shots I took. Works for me...
It stayed warm last night but I slept well, arising at about five. With the moon in a disadvantageous position, the sunrise wasn't spectacular. I say this without having left the coach to check. Intuition, I guess.
Since I was up and about so early, I got out hiking by six-forty-five. I wanted to do the Overton and part of the Go John trail before it got too hot. It was a good hike. I saw few hikers and only two cyclists. It looks as though it might be a do-able route on the bike. It was a six mile hike, so the ride should be just right, that is, if I have the energy tomorrow. While I was hiking, I got my weekly call from our daughter Lisa. It's always a treat to catch up on what's going on in her life and share a bit about what I've been up to. Conveniently, there was a stone bench alongside of the Go John, so I did double duty and rested too.
I spent some time upon my return sitting in the sun and enjoying what I came here for: heat.
I'll stop here and add some pictures and then see what else transpires over the rest of the day. In any case, thanks for stopping by. We had a good visit, but you didn't say much. Did I dominate the conversation? You should have said something, but then...