Didn't quite stick the landing. Thankfully no harm done apart from a bruised ego but this tight, tough and technical track is a good skills test. Kudos to the trail builder and now I know where the drops are bring on the next outing.
I finally rode the Railway Reserves Heritage Trail today. I've been feeling inspired after ghost writing some blogs for a tour company on mountain biking and decided to finally tackle this track. It's not difficult or long (42kms) but for some reason I've always found an excuse not to do it. I have no issue cycling 1000kms to Albany on a track I know nothing about but give me a well documented and popular track close to home and I'll ignore its existence for years. What are you exploring this weekend?
I'm in the work phase of this cycle right now. Where are you?
I don't have any adventures planned for this year. It's unusual for me as I'm usually scheming at least something, anything, even a cheeky week somewhere but right now I got nothing. Instead I'm reminiscing about previous trips like this one - last years trip to Broome with the kids. Where will you go this year?
Punch buggy! 👊 I feel like I haven't seen one of these things in forever! Good to see them being re-purposed and given a summer makeover like this one spotted today while guiding a private tour through the Swan Valley. What else out there is getting a summer makeover?
Someone recently told me that the future is not a result of the past, but of decisions we make now. It sounds so obvious yet I'd never thought about it so simply before. The past always looks better than it was with 20/20 hindsight. We remember the rainbows instead of the storms we endured and the future always seems far away. I usually don't make new years resolutions but here's to making awesome decisions and seeing many more rainbows in the future. Happy New Year! 🌈