Mt. Rainier on the road to Sunrise Lodge.
I rode SIR Permanent 0243 Sunrise Climb last weekend, and what fun it was on my new bike! I love the 650B tires, and the geometry fits me. Ahh!
Here's the Mt. Rainier National Park entrance.
At the Summit.
Fig Newtons as alternative fuel source.
I love Fig Newtons, and I'm told they're not bad as fuel. That's all I needed to hear since I left my bottle of Perpetuem sitting in the refrigerator! So guess how many Fig Newtons I can eat at one time?
Well, back when I was (I'm guessing here) ten years old or so we tested this. My cousin/brother Jeff (yes, he is both my cousin and brother and it is a story for another day) and I were hangin' out with no adult supervision. so we had a contest and I believe I won with a grand total of TEN FIG NEWTONS in my mouth. All I remember was laughing so hard and spewing figgy crumbs all over the kitchen floor. God, that is a fond memory.
Greenwater Skis now carries bike stuff in the Summer months.
Being the sensible adult I am today, however, I stopped at Greenwater Skis hunting for biker calories like sport gels, and they had them. But that didn't stop me from eating all the Fig Newtons. Yum! Greenwater Skis' owner has a good dog, Bell, so that says alot about the owner. Worth stopping if you need something on the way.
Frying Pan Creek.
My new Pereira on the bridge overlooking the Green River.
Green River from the bridge, Summer version.
You can compare the above Green River Bridge/Bike photos to those we took in February for comparison.
Keep it heading up,