Northstar at Tahoe and Keyesville Photos

I finally posted my Northstar photos. These are several weeks old and I’ve just been slow getting them online Check out the Northstar Photos here. Additionally Kevin and I headed down to Bakersfield for the annual October Classic at Mesa Marin Speedway so I took the opportunity to ride at Keyesville Recreation Area, which is home to the Keyesville Classic Mountain Bike Race. Check out the Keyesville Photos Here.

Learning to Fly

I am now officially a student pilot. Earlier today I logged 1.4 hours of flight time in a Cesna 172. We flew circles around the area south of Stockton and made a few landings at a single strip runway right off of highway 33 (I think New Jerusalem). I made 2 successful landings (assisted) and aborted 3 other landing attempts.
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New Front Page

I have made a new front page on the site, the changes are subtle but hopefully for the better. I have set it up so the front page of the site is now fed from a database which will make posting stories a lot easier for me. There is also an option for readers to comment on stories and ridicule me publicly.
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Website Problems

On October 1st my web hosting provider made a major change to the way web scripts are used on the system. As a result all of the ride reports on my site were totally inaccessable. I have been out of town so I didn’t notice until today. After about 5 hours of tinkering things are back online. Sorry for the inconvenience.
On a happier note, I have posted some pictures from a Boggs Mountain ride I did with Eric, Danny and Kelly. I also got a great ride in at Northstar and I will be posting new pictures there. There are a few more goodies coming soon, but I will save the suprise until they are ready.

Bear Valley

Had a great ride a couple of weeks ago with the trogs at Bear Valley. We had a point to point ride planned and we were planning on going twice but somehow we got mixed up and wound up way off course and had an unexpected 5 miles of climbing so we called it a day after one run. Even with the unexpected climbing and 1 1/2 miles of hike-a-bike it was a great ride, there was some incredible buffed singletrack, lots of fun downhill, great rock gardens and a unique slickrock section.