|Ready to go|
Lining up volunteers was one of the more stressful jobs. We didn't have definite tasks for them, just vague ideas of what needed to be done. There were concerns that we wouldn't have enough to keep things running smoothly and then had plenty of volunteers to sit around and wait while the riders were on the road. We can't thank our friends at the Iron Range Dog Training Club enough for the assistance they provided. Nor can we thank the wonderful participants enough for their donations to the club.
|Monitoring traffic while reading Fancy Nancy|
We were fortunate enough to have not one, but two riders this year who qualified! Who would sign the waiver, acknowledging the helmet requirement, yet still come without a helmet? Fortunately, Adam's head and Scott's are near enough in size for Adam to be able to borrow one.
|Navigating Mud Hole|
Congratulations to both of you! Next year we'll try to have a polecat available for the winner to be photographed with.
We are already looking forward to doing this again next year. Susan has been told that we can use the same route as this year but has different ideas brewing in her head...