Sarah’s back in town, and there are lots of tales to tell. Her return coincides with a visit from Bridgette Watts – an arch-accomplice in all things adventurous, so within a week, they’re off again :-) I am offered a key rôle – transport coordinator – with the carrot that Sarah’s thought up a nice bike ride for me to go with it! The plan – they’ll walk the Cape to Cape Track – north to south, and I’ll drop them off at the beginning and pick them up at the end. The ‘Sarah-shuffle’ is that I will walk the first day, then load up the cunningly stashed bike and retrace my steps by pedal-power.
The trail mixes cliff-top 4WD tracks (mainly used to access surf-spots and fishing haunts), beach and some very sharply rocky single-track. My progress along the beaches – on a Sunday morning – is not unnoticed, but away from them I meet very few others and life is very fine indeed. She does have an excellent eye for a good route, she does :-)
On Sarah’s return, slightly hastened by acts of nature/god, there are some more photos taken on the Olympus OMD-EM5 to show, after the iPhone photos above. I will leave her to tell her tale, so these are the ones that are mine to show.
Now that’s putting fat tyres to good use…
Cass – very fine they were too. The post now has some extra photos, taken on the Olympus OMD and uploaded once I got the camera back from Sarah on her return
Cool, keep ’em coming.
That long lens sure looks nice and sharp.
Any fat bike ride with kitesurfing in the mix is pretty rad! We are going to have a couple light to no-wind days here in Baja so I’ll try and get some fat tire porn shot! ;)