Mine is the cat!
I just thought of something kinda funny. When I talk about dirt biking, I say “riding” and when I talk about mountainbiking, I say “biking.” That will help you differentiate between what I’m doing maybe. But anyways, I didn’t get any action pics bc its a pain to stop and take out my camera, but maybe next time for you! We did have a really nice day though and here are the two pictures I did take, besides the one that I emailed you previously when we stopped to check out the old stone building.
This picture was when we were just about ready to go after loading up Casey’s quad at his house. Lookin’ cool huh?
This was just before we left to go out on the trails (in BEARTOWN!). There was a guy out there with his girlfriend that we saw (also a bunch of beaners with brand new bikes which is funny), but they were having problems. The guy was leading and they came up to a hill which was kinda tough with big rocks and a little steep, and he got stuck or something so Casey and I passed them and went on our way. Someday I’ll let you ride my dirt bike. I would prefer you try the quad first just because its a little less intimidating, but same sort of shifting, you just dont need to worry about balancing and dealing with a heavy bike that could fall over.
But if you do a good job riding around, maybe someday I could take you for a little ride 🙂
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