Speaking of mud, my first microadventure of the year took us out to Utah to go slog around in the mud and do a bit of field work. It was a fun time filled with getting our van stuck in the mud and camping in freezing fog. It definitely felt like we were in either Iceland or Patagonia with all the fog upon us. Microadventure #2 was this past weekend up at one of our many open space parks here in the front range. I rode the fat bike up after work, set up a tarp camp and proceeded to have a blast listening to the snow fall and the temperatures drop into the teens. The next morning, I woke up and got fresh tracks the entire way down into town! March is looking great so far, a few trips to Utah along with as much hiking and biking as I can stand here in the front range. Enjoy some photos from 2015 so far.
Winter Bike at Copper Mountain
Our adventure out to Utah for some Field Work
The mud pit we made with the van
A little frost on the tent the next morning
The hike up to Lost Lake up in the wilderness
Microadventure #2 off into the snowy foothills