Thursday, September 25, 2014

Catching up with photos

Well its been a couple of crazy weeks for me. Here are my photos from my rides.



From September 25, 2014
Matt, Ron, Joan on the road during Heather's second flat



From September 25, 2014
Heather said, "Hey, I am getting really good at changing flats." This was her second of three flats on Saturday, September 6th, 2014.



From September 25, 2014
Joan and I had sewing on our minds.



From A week laterMonday Sept 8 evening I tried to ride in the morning, but rain turned me back. Joan and I road at 5 pm the sky was full of clouds.

From September 25, 2014
More Azusa Canyon



From September 25, 2014

From September 25, 2014


From September 25, 2014 I must like clouds.

From September 25, 2014Joan and Heather Sept 8th


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From September 25, 2014Sunset from Joan's porch

From September 25, 2014Smoke from the Orange County Fire Sept 13th 2014

From September 25, 2014Zoomed into OC Fire.

From September 25, 2014Glendora Mountain Road in the foreground. OC Fire in the distance. Can you feel the heat?

From September 25, 2014Mark on a Sunday ride. Sept 14th. 2014


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From September 25, 2014Shane had excellent training tips for maximizing performance.


From September 25, 2014September 20th Ride to Fork Plus Four.


From September 25, 2014Baldy from Glendora Ridge Road mile marker 4.


From September 25, 2014San Gabriel Reservoir. the lowest level of water I have seen since 2008.


From September 25, 2014The cave that should be under water.


From September 25, 2014


From September 25, 2014The view from first saddle.

1 comment:

Marilyn Powers said...

Great photos. Love the San Gabriel mountains. Always hate to see the fires, although I remember many of them growing up in Pomona. The reservoir pictures really underscore the drought. Glad to see some cooler weather for you guys and gals making the 10 mile climb or going to the East Fork or Baldy. You are motivating me to do some training on the hills up here so I can come down and climb GMR again.