Stony 9-13-12

On Thursday, September 13, 2012 8:54:55 PM, Bruce Mack wrote:
 As I drove through the park this morning, I took a few photos of the animals in the area.
Is there one or are there two?                              
           Mama and her babies.
Group photo of the day, started with an eight pack.
  TJ enjoying the view.
 Heading out of the park.
Heading to Lake Orion.
Be careful, barbed-wire fence.
       Who’s watching the fire?
Only a four pack now.
        This is a rare photo of me, thanks George I.
Riding the PCT.
           George is going left and we’re going right, and we’re left with a three pack to finish the ride.
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Stony 9-11-12

On Tues, Sep 11, 2012 at 5:20 PM, Bruce Mack <dynawd94@yahoo.com> wrote:
Who do you think was wearing this jersey?
Today, ready to ride were the following (L to R) George I., Bill, Stuart, Steve, Rick, George L., TJ, Pat and myself (not shown today).
Heading to West Branch.
 Mr. Shadow was with us today.
You take the low road and we’ll take the high road.
Steve said, “Rick, go toward the light.”
It was time to do a little off-trail walking …
Heading into Bald Mountain South …
 Over to PCT Trail …
Up through the cork-screw  …                   Into Bald Mountain North.
Which way do we go now?                     Again, which way do we go?
Who is this???

Stony 9-6-12

On Thurs, Sep 6, 2012 at 8:03 PM, Bruce Mack <dynawd94@yahoo.com> wrote:
Today we rode to Bald Mountain North and it did not rain on us …
The group today had (L to R) Bill, Stuart, TJ, Pat, George L. and myself.
It’s a bird, no it’s a plane, what is a photographing?????
Look guys …no hands!
Riding the West Branch Trails.
 Heading into Bald Mountain.
            Stuart’s first time on this trail.
  Pat’s just cruzin’.
        Who was the visitor at this cabin?
George leading the way.
        Stuart, don’t turn your wheel in the sand.
        This was crash #3 this week … Jim, Pat and now, Stuart.
        Notice the broken branch… that’s how high he got.

This is so peaceful …
 Double reflection …
    Now that’s what I call a twisted tree.
    This is literally picnic on the lake.

Stony 9-1-12 aka Ronde Von Stony Pre Ride

On Sat, Sep 1, 2012 at 8:46 PM, Bruce Mack <dynawd94@yahoo.com> wrote:
First things first … start the morning with a rootbeer from Traverse City.  The day was going to recreate the route for Ronde Von Stony coming up in a few weeks.  There are 11 riders in the photo, but only 10 took the leap, guess who did not go?
Who does NOT belong in this photo?
                                                                        Heading over to Ridgewood.
Ok, this is where the race starts.
 Jenna & Karie cruising along.
As we headed through the Trolley Trails going down one of the hills, a rock got in Jim’s way and away he went and most likely will now take over first place in tumbling ahead of George I. and Jenna.  Here is how Jim looked coming out of the woods, good thing he landed on a short pile of sand and dirt. A few cuts and bruises along with some scrapes.  I stopped over later in the day and it was HOLY COW! It looked someone gave Jim a shot of botox in his lower lip.

Making a decision on which way to go.
Nice cabinet … and it comes with hinges, too.
Stopping by Bruce’s Cemetery–yes, that’s me in the photo, a rare one.
Stuart riding his new Orange Diamondback, lookin’ cool.
Dave is asking, “Anyone want some soybeans?
We are at another crossroad and have to make a decision.
Heading home …
“I’m stuck!”

Kensington Ride Summary

Submitted by Steve Angst

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Published on Sep 2, 2012 by       

We had a 4pack, TJ, Dave Dot Kom, Phil and Steve (behind the camera).
Kensington Metro Park, into Island Lake State Park, Hamburg, Pinckney, Unadilla, Hell and return to Kensington Metro Park ride. Stopped in Pinckney to eat and Hell for photos… We road 72 miles on a mix of single track, dirt roads, trails, and some paved roads.

It was a good workout, and another cool adventure.

See photo slideshow of our ride.

Published on Sep 2, 2012 by        Watch the video.

We had a 4pack, TJ, Dave Dot Kom, Phil and Steve (behind the camera).
Kensington Metro Park, into Island Lake State Park, Hamburg, Pinckney, Unadilla, Hell and return to Kensington Metro Park ride. Stopped in Pinckney to eat and Hell for photos… We road 72 miles on a mix of single track, dirt roads, trails, and some paved roads.

It was a good workout, and another cool adventure.

See photo slideshow of our ride.