ridecamp@endurance.net: Re: [endurance] where do you ride?

Re: [endurance] where do you ride?

Rebecca Hackworth (bechack@cnsii.com)
Wed, 3 Jul 1996 22:31:56 -0700

>P.S. - anyone that has easy access to miles and miles of wonderful mountain
>trails with water and varied terrain need not respond to this message
Tina...be a good sport now...

Well here in Southern California where the humidity WON'T KILL you, but
civilization creeps in by the day, we can no longer ride from the house at
all. The CITY FOLKS try to run you down for fun or are just STUPID.

WE TRAILER OUT FOR ANY RIDE ANY MORE. But in 15 minutes we are at a trail
head where the trail climbes from 3500 to 6500 feet, with 3 mile, 8 mile 13
mile and 20 mile loops easily DO-able. Up and down terrain, "fire-road",
single track through wooded areas, and IF it rained during the winter, we
have streams to cross and drink from. Right now I feel like we have it all,
but we pay for it in house payments most of you would choke on. Come to
think about it I AM CHOKING ON THEM!!!!! Oh well the price of paradise.

Becky Hackworth
Alpine Ca
and I haven't gotten in enough riding time at all lately!!!!