Saturday, September 26, 2015

CAMBA camp-n-ride Grand Finale

After we packed up at camp, we headed north to check out the new single track at Mt. Ashwabay. We heard they were building some nice trails there. These trails are also part of the CAMBA system.
This is near the ski area, and Big Top Chataqua.


We met some friendly bikers here.
Lisa forgot her helmet at home

The logged over area does afford a view anyway.

Ya! Swoopy, fun trails.

Some nice bermed corners.
Despite the heat, we had a great ride!
 Can't wait til the next camp-n-ride near Cable WI,
October 3 - 7!   Maybe you could join us?

CAMBA camp-n-ride, day 3

On Monday, we headed to Bodecker Road to ride up the Seeley Pass and Flow Mama trails.
Hey! Who's that?

Another bright, cool morning for a ride.

We took a break up on the High Point.

We shot down John's Chute.

Hey! I spy vermin. Hunting was good, as usual.

They took the high road, I took the low road.

The Gravity Cavity! Trail candy at its best.

After lunch at the car, we headed south.
Here's the Pothole Plunge.

It was getting warm out.

We love bermed turns!

And going downhill.

Yet another berm and switchback.

Back to the car!

Camp supper was steak n taters.
I didn't get any, again.

Although I did find a nice bone to gnaw out in the woods.
Later, they took it away from me.   Oh well.

Camba Camp-n-ride, day 2

On Sunday, we headed to Cable to check out the North End trail head.
These facilities are trail mutt approved!
The chalet was open. No kids around, though.

Even a cute potty for the 2-leggeds.

We headed out on the recently re-done Ojibwe trail.


This is where we usually turn around on Flow Mama.

We knew there was logging recently.

We proceeded on down the "old" ojibwe trail.

A few limbs and trees are no obstacle for all-paw drive!

The "old" trail brought us back to some "new" trail near the chalet.

Hey! A wooden badger.

There was a very fun swoopy trail to get in and out from the chalet.

It may become our new favorite!

Ahh! I got to take a dip in the Namakagon River. I recommend it.

After lunch at my favorite Brick Schoolhouse, we went down to
Wilson Lake trail head for an easy afternoon spin.


It was bright and sunny, but not too hot.

Later we relaxed at camp.

Spaghetti! I didn't get any.

A little vino to go with, of course.

A good snout rubbing always feels good at camp.
I'm gonna nap now...