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November 26, 2014

Spent part of Tuesday on the trails at Greenbo with the bike. Trails are in great shape, had a lot of fun exercise. When I was 14 years old, my mother used to drop me off with friends and we would bush-whack with topo maps, I don't think she realized the park was 3500 acres with very few trails. Now the network of hiking, biking, and horse trails are really nice and a treasure for our area.  Since I was alone Tuesday, I stopped quite a lot not only to rest but to admire the deep hollows and rolling ridges of the park, November is a great time to be in the woods.  I had my phone GPS turned on, so here is a link to the ride itself.  For a bit of fun, when you get to the map page then you can click the little play button in the lower right corner.  Set the playback speed to 200x and you can see an animation of how I road the trails and when I stopped.  At one point, I met Michael Boyes from West Virginia and we had a long conversation about his very interesting bicycle that was custom hand-made in Connecticut.   (Comments are off due to spam)