Monday, July 23, 2012

river of no return

Well it's true the fly rods have been neglected of late.  :-/

bike down...
With both kids getting into the mtb racing scene read: thank you Jesus! ;-] we have been fairly booked with races and riding, where in past summers we were out chasin fins.  Segue to last weekend's Frazer Mountain Madness, held you know... in Taos.  That same Taos that serves as gateway to all that is good and righteous in our great state.
...fish back up
So, coming off a race on Saturday, and seeing how we wuz in da 'hood, I took advantage of the locale to take off into the high country, bringing only the Yeti for company.  See, I had an eye on a neglected two track that just might serve to connect two points of a squiggly blue line.  Between those two points?  The River of No Return.

A man, a bike, a backpack.  Here then, is our story.  Told in images, until the good stuff runs out.

and in between.


Fair warning, you might wanna get that something cold from the fridge, freshen that bowl of popcorn, this may take a while :-o

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    1. thank you sir, stay tuned, I have some favorites coming up~ mjh

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  2. glad you were able to carve in some time to get on the water...looks like a trip well worth it!

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    1. This summer may be more about quality than quantity- I'll take it! Mjh

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  3. Beautiful fish Mike. Looks like a heck of time in the high country.

    Ben

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    1. Thx Ben- that high country rarely disappoints. Fun to bring a new mtb component in~

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  4. "What that is in New Mexico", that is what all my friends back East say.

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    1. I know, right?! Love it up there, shorely do.

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