The following is a true story, only the names have been changed to protect the guilty.
Monday, December 19, 2011
Note large hive, moments before being blasted by a barrage of large sticks
The boys and I took advantage of the warm temps this past Sunday. Our plan originally was to finish up Christmas shopping, but it was so nice I thought the day would be better spent riding our bikes on the river bottom trails. We left from the 35W bridge and headed east. This is a fun and flat area that they all could enjoy. "G" man was off like a shot with Super "Y" right behind. I held back with Big D on his little 16" wheeled single speed. I was proud to see all of them ride the drops into the creek crossings with ease. We made a couple of stops to check out the "dinosaur grass" (horse tails, aka the chive forest)and to knock down a large bee hive directly above the trail. We ended up with about five miles of riding and a couple hours of fun.