With me driving my own four-wheeler, I didn't get as many photos as I would have liked. It was impossible to get any action shots or riding trails. A couple of my friends will have some action shots that I can borrow later. Here my hubby and I are at Little Missouri Falls. This day turned out to be beautiful and sunny in the afternoon.
This lake was beautiful and big. There is a fisherman and his dog that pulled up when we were eating our lunch. I have some more shots of him later. That dog was a real fisher!
The fog was thick this morning as we rode. It started to burn off in a few hours.
A little rain must fall even on my lens. oops! This is Sugar Creek overlook.
This was a small cave. The water flowing in these creeks was extremely cold. But it made some beautiful music as we rode along. There were great big ferns growing and little wild flowers everywhere. We could even tell the direction north by the moss growing on the trees.
Friday, March 20, 2009
It was pretty cold this day but we had the best time. It's not too hard to dress warmly in layers and shed them when it warms up. This is at the top of an area called Sugar Creek overlook. We rode for miles and miles. I honestly can say that I have never in my life had this much fun. I mean outdoors, wind on your face, sailing along the road, climbing up mountains, eating a packed lunch outdoors, crossing creeks, and being with good friends, what more could you ask? It's like being a kid again having outdoor adventures. Fresh air is not highly overrated. It's priceless.