Re: Late start + epic ride = 8pm finish



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"JD" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Slippin' into the darkness:
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http://www.spokejunkies.com/forum/index.php?act=module&module=gallery&cmd=si&img=523
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> Too bad it doesn't show how the trail literally clings to the side of
> that mountain. The start of the traverse there is easily the least
> exposed place for the next mile of trail.
>


Actually I found out in one of the astronomy newsgroups today that Venus is
currently bright enough to cast a shadow. Since the moon hadn't risen yet I
definitely think the Goddess helped us out last night.

Greg
 
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JD

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G.T. wrote:
> "JD" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> > >

> > Slippin' into the darkness:
> >

> http://www.spokejunkies.com/forum/index.php?act=module&module=gallery&cmd=si&img=523
> >
> > Too bad it doesn't show how the trail literally clings to the side of
> > that mountain. The start of the traverse there is easily the least
> > exposed place for the next mile of trail.
> >

>
> Actually I found out in one of the astronomy newsgroups today that Venus is
> currently bright enough to cast a shadow. Since the moon hadn't risen yet I
> definitely think the Goddess helped us out last night.
>
> Greg



She's got it, yeah baby she's got it.

Down in the lower reaches of the canyon, something in the sky to the
West was helping and it was beyond the dusk. An early Moon would have
been great, even if only a half because it was so clear.

JD