Thanks to Scott Yoder for, once again, organizing a great run that is one of the best Rising Sun traditions. There no doubt will be a writeup with tons of great pics. A beautiful and typical Colorado mountain day on the Rising Sun Snow run: sunshine, snow, wind, big snow drifts and lots of stuck trucks. Oh yeah, a little carnage too. To wit, I'd like to thank Greg (Cheeseman) Luer for not only being lead mechanic on the replacement of my broken Birfield, but for also having all of the necessary parts that I have, at home, but never considered would be needed on a little fun run like this. HA!!! I learned so much today about being self-sufficient and not downplaying the difficulties that might be encountered on even a "fun" run. Many thanks also to the people that hung in there when pizza (free!) and beer were waiting for them: Perry, Rick and his friend Brian?, Scott, Deano and Natalie and any one else my tired brain can't remember at the moment. All added good and warm camaraderie to a trying situation.
Cheeseman, this icon is for your:
Steve - no longer a broken Birf virgin
PS Nell and Pearl survived, without incident but were VERY HAPPY when I got home.