Late evening, way up high on the Passo Pordoi a couple of weeks ago. Chianti has been perfect, but it’s time to get back at it for a few days. We have a quick project that needs taking care of in the Dolomiti. Excited!
My office for the day. More often than not, homelessness puts us in great places.
@ashleygruber has woken me up early the past two days with excited cries of fog and sun and let’s go ride and take pics! I grumble, pull the covers over my head, try to keep sleeping, but then I give in, and we ride through the morning mist, and it’s beautiful, and I’m so happy to be awake. Thanks, @ingambatours, for giving us a place to get back on our feet and get our heads together. It means the world.
While searching the archives for a certain image, I stumbled upon this one - and liked it more. @ashleygruber gets all the credit for this shot. I was busy making crappy images on the other side of the mountain.
With the hour record in his pocket, we can now officially say good bye. Thanks, Jens!
Into the fog with friends.
It feels like our own secret passageway when we leave the house in Lecchi.
So happy to be back in Lecchi for a little while - all that’s left to do is eat, ride, eat, work, eat, sleep…and have fun. Thanks for the chance to hide out for a few days, @ingambatours!
I love Flanders - it’s a special place for me. My love for the area pales next to some though - particularly @hbstache. The man loves it, he has tshirts, socks, glasses, stickers, bottles, cycling kit, even a flag - all adorned with the unforgettable: Belgian The F*ck Up. I woke up this morning to a happy email: @hbstache and @mrshbstache just won two all expense paid trips to the Ronde van Vlaanderen next year at Interbike. That’s worth smiling about - for me at least.