I attended an organized tour on Sunday, having a name I can not pronounce nor spell but there were a couple hundred who came out including this guy, wearing an OSU jersey. The tour would be analogous to a COP (Columbus Outdoor Pursuits) MOC, TOO, etc...mostly flat, kind of boring but it is south of Tucson so an area that I rarely ride.
The recent rains have created some washout areas including the above. After walking the perimeter....
....we then walked through a shallow pool to wash some of the mud from our shoes and bikes.
Reaching Arivaca, a village with a cow on top of a restaurant on one side while on the other there is a.....
....restaurant having a steer's head through which you walk to enter. Weird. I finished with 53 miles and 2000' of climbing, most of the climbing coming in the first 15 miles. Overall, not too exciting. More afternoon thunderstorms forecast for the next couple of days and then many days of sun and temps in the 80's.
Mark is a long-time cyclist who enjoys poking fun at himself but most especially at his friends. No nicknames or comments are intended to offend, accept them in the humor they are intended.