[Bvc-chat] Weekend camping expedition!
nicolesharp at tamu.edu
Tue Jan 24 11:00:04 CST 2012
This sounds awesome, guys! I'd really love to join you on one of these
trips sometime. Unfortunately, the team is running their road racing
clinic this Saturday and Sunday, so I'm busy with that this weekend.
But I hope to join you on another trip soon. It sounds like great fun.
On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 10:37 AM, Kim Topp <kim.topp at gmail.com> wrote:
> As an additional note,
> I will be driving and hauling gear/child/dog/tools etc. so that Jared can
> ride. Then I will either ride some of the trails around the Lake when we get
> there, or ride on Sunday and have Jared drive the sag home. So if your
> excuse is that you don't have a method to haul your tent/sleeping bag,
> EXCUSE NO MORE! Just let us know and we'll make a gear-gathering round.
> Just let us know!
> On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 9:37 AM, Rebecca Clark <rebeccmeister at gmail.com>
>> Hey there, BVC-ers,
>> Have you been staring glumly at your calendar due to a lack of fun events
>> for the weekend? Well, I say, be glum no more, come on a bike
>> touring/camping expedition instead. After some consultation with a couple
>> of folks, we've changed destinations to Somerville Lake, which is a bit
>> closer than the Lake Conroe area. I'll bring along a campstove and
>> cast-iron frying pan for cooking breakfast (scrambled eggs, anyone?), and
>> Jared and Kim have volunteered to bring along a giant cauldron (!) for the
>> purpose of cooking up a stew for dinner over a campfire.
>> We're looking at a total distance of ~40 miles there, 40 miles back,
>> probably along the 60 down to Snook, then jigging and jogging (zigging and
>> zagging?) down to whichever park suits our fancy. Specific suggestions on
>> routes and parks are welcome. I think we'll probably aim to leave town
>> sometime around noon on Saturday, and will get back in the early afternoon
>> on Sunday.
>> While the mid-week weather looks soggy, the weekend is looking clear and
>> neither too hot nor too cold.
>> Anyway, let me know if you'd like to come along, and feel free to forward
>> the invitation to anybody else who might be interested.
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