It was a hot, dry and dusty ride. Temperature was 96 degrees when I started, and this is dried sweat and dust.
Nathan, Aly and Jen speak after we presented the class documentary at the Randolph Community College board of trustees meeting.
My day in 3 pictures. 3:30am at work building graduation recognition video
Sunrise bike ride, and back to grade etc.
Finished the day at tennis. This is what my bag looks like in 90 degree tennis matches, 3 shirts, 3 towels and 4 hats. This may have been my final USTA summer singles match. I played someone I struggled to beat earlier in the season, but I had a good night and made quick work 6-2 6-3 to finish undefeated this summer. I signed up for a 18+ league in the Fall one ranking better than me, so I will lose a lot, but it will be fun.
I had 4 To Do items today and this is the only one I finished, poster for class documentary is up… graduation recognition and last week of summer classes are time sucks!
That was just mean!
Cone of shame for Hissy
Spanish moss and mountain bikes, I camped and raced at Poinsett State Park in the Spring but it was fun just riding the trails, completing the South Carolina trifecta, Harbison State Forest, FATS and Poinsett State Park a great weekend of riding.
While waiting to see where I was riding, I decided to figure out why I was flatting so much… looks like a hard hit to the rim at some point, I did bend it back.
After riding I decided to explore the dirt roads in the Manchester State Forest for a while.
So happy to wake up in my Flippac again after it broke a couple of weeks ago!
Ride #2 FATS (Fayetteville Area Triathlon Society) visit FATS (Forks Area Trail System) ride was cut short after I double flatted, used 3 CO2 cartridges, 2 tubes, 2 patches and a CX tube to get out. Great trails and I had a blast on Great Wall and Skinny Loops
An afternoon and evening at Bill and Shanda’s, low country boil, swimming in the rain and an evening boat ride for Purple Martins (if we had enough gas in the boat)
Weekend ride #1 Harbison State Forest
20+ miles, just over 11mph average, 94 degrees – I love riding here, so fast and flowy, parts feel more like a pump track than singletrack.
1:2 macros of spiders
A big day…. Sam enters UNC Chapel Hill
This was not a pretty dorm room! Luckily she only has to spend 1 night here!
After breakfast with Sam as she waited for stuff to start, I rode a new trail system for me, Brumley Nature Preserve in Chapel Hill. Just like when Steph went to Kent State, I will get a ride in when picking up/dropping off. This is a flowy and fast system and a lot of fun!
Dinner – lettuce wrapped lamb burger…. I may have missed some important carbs today! My USTA singles match went 2.5 hours in 90 plus degrees, I won 7-6 and 7-5 to remain undefeated this summer, but it hurt.