I left my farm in Western VA this past Saturday and headed west. Storms and wind have made a bad mess of some of the trails and made some of them nearly impossible to get through. Hundreds of downed trees and wet conditions weren't the perfect way to start things off but I made the best of it. I crossed into WV and started working my way across the Monongahela Natl. Forest. I stopped to rest at the Sinks of Gandy for awhile then kept working towards the High Falls of Cheat. It was an absolutely perfect day with great weather and scenery. I rolled out of the woods and had lunch then continued on toward Snowshoe. After crossing the scary rail bridge near Old Spruce, I turned toward home. I stopped for a rest at Camp Allegheny then crossed the 3 mountains seperating me from home. No wrecks, 109 miles, just a great day. I went out again on Monday and it was lots of the same stuff as Saturday. 79 more miles of rocks, logs, scenery, and fun. It was wet and slick when I started out but got much better as the day went on. Came back to the farm later on and rode with my wife and son for a couple of hours. Lot of jumps, hill climbs, wheelies, and more fun. The best days I've had in a while. Here are some pics.