That's it? 3 days ago I had about 18 inches of snow, today it was almost 80. I didn't take any pictures because I wanted nothing to remember it by. But I did get some quallity time playing in the snow with the BR. It's fun going through deep snow when the ground is not frozen and there's no worries about getting stuck. On some places I was able to go fast enough so snow would fly over the hood. We probably would have gotten at least a foot more if the ground was frozen. Only a few small piles left now.
Snow on the first of May! Saw this posting after being outside most of the day sweating my tail off. It was 91 degrees, I live near the national forrest so there are lots of trees which slows any type of daily breeze.
Back outside I go to shorted the to-do list. The oaks just dropped all their seeds and leaves so enough work in itself.
Going outside to take a few pictures of BR for posting.
OK, 92F (33C) today, worked outside from 8 AM til 8 tonight (with a 45 minute ride in BR for the wife and me included). Drank 4 liters of fluid (water/seltzer) and still thirsty! You are correct Sfrankland, it is hot! However, I lived north and south and I just want to live close to a place to ride. My wife on the other hand,,, I introduced her to Florida and now she says not leaving, loves it. Her thought process, she hibernated up north for 6 months (near Erie Pa), Down here she’s inside for a maximum of 2 months (this year was longer, actually the 2nd coldest on record). Summer is hot here! We go to the trails and stop at a swimming hole to cool off, fun stuff but the tree huggers are closing in. A few more years and I wonder if we will even be able to ride. I do stop riding the forecast is 99F (37C), no fun when all the sand just sticks to you. :thumbd: I have ridden in deep snow before and have very found memories, BR would be a blast. I can see the need for wipers, a heater and plow. Down here we just strip everything off for air flow