San Angelo, Texas
January 27, 2018
Second highest elevation in Tom Green County.
Starting temperatures in the 50's with a wind out of the north did not deter Ben, Dorothy, Tyler, David, Dan or LeAnn. Rick would join later.
The Mt. Nebo rides starts with a long stretch of flat land.
Dan and LeAnn trying out their new recumbent tandem.
Dorothy moving up to take the lead.
Dorothy still in the lead but the "pack" moving up on her.
Not sure why I was way back, must have been taking pictures.
Terrain is not all flat. There are plenty of rollers on the ride to keep one interested.
Ben took advantage of the stop for a small snack.
Dorothy in good spirits.
Never know what you will see on a ride. The llamas were also curious of us.
Downside of a roller. Most of the inclines and declines are such as above; long but not steep--except for one.
Another regroup stop before we start the hilly part of the ride.
Christine was looking at one of our rides the other day and asked why didn't I take more side shots rather than pictures of the road.
How many pictures of dormant mesquite trees can one stand?
Rick joined us after our first loop. He had already put in about as many miles as we had so we were even.
The temperature wasn't as bad as the forecast, so we decided to do the short loop around Mt. Nebo.
Not as many hills but still a nice ride.
Besides the dormant mesquites, we have quite a few scrub cedars in this area.
I thought this tree had character.
When we start the last leg we have about a three mile slight decline that helps make the Mt. Nebo a fun ride and keeps us coming back to the area.