On Friday the pack headed west to camp and ride at our favorite CAMBA trails. Also known by their longer name, Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association.
|Ya, camping is an important part of being a trail mutt.|
|We started at OO and went south on the Makwa to Mosquito|
Brook road and back. These are some great trails!
|I had to have my tongue unfurled for better cooling.|
|Little rock is no problem!|
|Lotta rock is no problem either!|
|It was a tad hot for my pack today.|
|After our ride, we stopped at our favorite Lunch and Espresso stop in Cable|
The Brickhouse Cafe.
|Trail mutt approved!|
|Back at camp, they showered while I watched|
For showering, I prefer a creek or pond.
|After that 26 mile run, I ate, drank and got a little tried.|
It was a busy day and I got to see many friendly bikers out there.
|For super, my pack was grilling vegetables.|
|Hummmmmm it smelled good.|
|I had to keep up the watch for vermin!!|
|S'mores! All I got was lame kibble.|
|Breakfast smelled good too!|
|Then we got out for another ride.|
This time it's on the Namekagon trail.
|We stopped to cool off in Pasty Lake. It was great!|
|After a dip, I spread some of the cool lake around.|
|We wound through the pines on the new Patsy Lake loop.|
|The pack had to check the map...I just followed.|
|Hey! We were here this spring.|
|These trails have great flow.|
They remind me of Swedetown trails back home.
|Nice these guys have them marked so well!|
This is another reason we ride and love these trails..
|I prefer a dip in the lake, but a cool hose shower at the|
Namekagon Township building was OK too.
|The best part of the whole weekend were the kids at camp!|
I was in my glory.