I'm particularly fond of Dunn because it seems like the steep climbs are not quite so intense as those found in Mac Forest. (Well I know of one, but I can avoid it.) It also seems to have more sections of pleasant rolling terrain that are fun to ride. And it has plenty of new (to me) roads to explore.
|And we're off!|
The last time I biked here this was a forested hill.
|North Berry Creek and requisite bike porn.|
|Me thinks I'll be going up there|
|hmmm ... haven't been up there. Off we go!|
At one point I thought I saw a cat or small dog up ahead. Would a cat be way up here alone? It disappeared up the road, and as I rode on I concluded it must be a rabid dog ...
... As I got closer to the spot I was sure it was a baby bear ...
... with Mama just off the road behind one of those little trees.
Might be a wolf ...
... a big black wolf.
One short, steep climb and I was out of the scary animal zone. Must have been a local dog out chasing rabbits, or someone's barn cat hunting field mice. Yeah that's it. A little furball cat.
Pano looking Northeast-ish?
Heck, I can make it over this!
Well ... maybe ...
|Mist in trees|
|I sure hope this road is the road I think it is|
|Heck yeah! I know this intersection.|
Not bad for a Monday. The views today were fantastic, and varied, and I explored some new territory - always a bonus in my book!
About a 6 mile ride with 1,060 ft. elevation gain
Road 100, 1010, 190. I'll post a map, if I ever learn how to make one. Debris is on the 1010.
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