Low-Key Mega-Monster Enduro -- Would we need to contact Crowd Control to contain the lone spectator viewing the cycling event of the season?
Third bet: Would the weather hold?
The gloomy forecast was not inviting but the Enduro was on and in fact, it barely rained. However, we had strong headwinds for the 36 cyclists who braved the conditions, and yes, they clearly outnumbered the volunteers! No doubt many remember the stormy weather from two years ago and it is a rather long commute, so, understandably people decided to forgo said cycling event of the season.
Fourth bet: Would the guy on the Hybrid Electric who drove all the way from Portland, OR. beat Mr. Bill's time!
Mr. Bill and I amused ourselves in his van, much of which I can not share, oh dear, that sounds naughty. He gave me a super topographical depiction of the area. We saw a roadrunner. OMG, what a treat. And many magpies near the entrance to the Pinnacles Park. And from the behind, Mr. N really did look like a baboon's butt.
The staff at the Paicines store was wonderful. Mr. L was without his dogs at Bittersweet but he managed nicely. Dan got in a run. Kevin reminded all who biked around the dinky coffee cup at the turnaround point of the 100 mile that Heaven was in sight. I think a fun time was had by all despite the lack of sunshine.