Wow, three posts in one day. That is a record for me. I just got back from the track and had to post this. I finally got Bryan to take the track class and he had a great time. I hope to have him racing out there soon. Here's the proof:
Lander wanting another podium shot (with his mom's bike). Could this be a sign of things to come?
I suck at taking videos, but this one of Bryan riding high on the track doesn't suck too bad.
If you are not LDS and have never lived in Utah or more specifically Utah County (aka Happy Valley) then you probably won't get this, or even think it is funny. This has got to be the greatest blog known to man, mainly because it makes fun of all the girls that used to make me gag on a daily basis when I was at BYU. To make it worse, my friend Ryun would bring girls that would eventually turn into this on our bike trips to Moab. You can probably guess what I was thinking when we would stop on the edge of a 1,000 foot cliff to enjoy the view. I am a terrible, horrible person. On with the humor, check it. To really enjoy it, you need to go back and start with the first post. I laughed so hard I cried.
We went to Utah the day after Six Day ended to spend time with the fam-damily on July 4th. Yes, I realize it's the end of July and I am just now posting this, but I have had some major issues since we got back which is what my next post is about. Until I bore you with my problems, enjoy some photos from our trip.
Stormy bugging Taffy
Stormy worn out after bugging Taffy
Stormy discovers the pool
Taffy wishing Stormy would GO AWAY!
On a ride in my old training grounds
Lander swimming with Bailey
View from the Squaw Peak climb
Still climbing, more views
Still climbing, view of Provo from the canyon
Lander blowing bubbles for Lucy
A very pooped puppy!
Stormy's odd sleeping position in his crate
Me on the MTB in American Fork canyon
Bryan on the MTB
Me wondering why I am doing a ride with a 12 mile climb