Since last Sunday seemed to be a washout, let’s discuss and decide on doing the 74k route this Sunday. Same details as last Sunday. Meet at Donegan Park at 10:00, lunch at Harwood. Here’s a link to the map:
Brian Hedney expressed interest in re-scheduling and offered to bring maps for people. Anyone interested?
Anita plans on riding the 74k this Sunday (weather permitting again). Randy’s an unknown at the moment, since he may be away.
I’d be happy to ride if the weather cooperates. The Saturday GFW ride is also a question mark for me…it would involve more than an hour of driving..each way! I guess I’m a fair weather rider.
Harold and I would like to do the 70+ km ride this Sunday. See you at 10 at Donegan Park!
My plans are to be there. Rain or shine.
I plan to ride this Sunday.
Looking forward to it. Let’s hope they’re wrong on the rainy weather.
Welcome aboard John……. good to see you found us!
GLad to hear you’re part of the group. Looking forward to riding again together
Here is the weather forecast for tomorrow from Environment Canada as of 7:45am this morning: “Cloudy with 40 percent chance of drizzle early in the morning. Clearing late in the morning. High 25.”
The weather forecast doesn’t look to bad for Sunday. I plan to be there for sure. Although the maps are available online through the GFW Website (http://hedney.com/freewheelers/Events/Rice_Lake_Ramble/Rice_Lake_Ramble_Medium.pdf), I will bring along one or two extra copies.
I’ll bring 5 more maps with me.
Very little on the radar. (Use the above link for EC radar)
Looks like a good day for a ride.
Bring a camera, this route has some fantastic scenery.
Pictures of the Sunday Ride. The ride was great, the people better. Accomplishments… were off the scale.
Messed that link up. This is the link to the picture album.
The ride view from my Garmin.
If not too tired from riding on Friday and Saturday, I will be there weather permitting!~!
If you would like more information on the Trestle that we visited in Harwood. Follow the above link.
Amazing feat of engineering at the time. The pressure cracks and ice heaves can be huge on Rice Lake.