The views today were magnificent. Judy killed the bumps (as Melissa calls them), especially on the cliffs as she blew by all of us. To avoid the reconstruction of Rockland Street, we took the Whitney Spur Rail Trail back to Wompatuck State Park.
Welcome to first time Wompy Tuesday riders John and Dan. Hope to see you again next Tuesday.
Also riding were, Dana, Melissa, Mike, Judy, Darlene and myself.
We roll from Norwell on next Saturday. Some of us with will ride with the Apostles on their special Fourth of July celebration. It will be a fun next weekend. There will be plenty of barbeques and new decks to see.
It was hot during the last weekend. We rode with the MS150 crowd for a while on Saturday. They took over our Coastal route. Over 3,000 bikers rolled through Cohasset and Scituate.
We met a lot of the Yaegerdogs. We rolled with them. At Coffee corner we hid in the shade on the side of the building. The sun was collecting on us. Notice one person in the picture was wearing his solar sleeves. He should have been wearing his South Shore Bikers jersey!
Mike Togo and Andy Brand led us a great adventure through the flat countryside south of Middleboro on the Sunday. We actually went into Wareham via Thinonet road. This takes you past the Ocean Spray cranberry processing center. So, we were still in the cranberry country. However, we saw lots of other crops.
I did have to stop at the intersection for a tractor on more than one occasion. The area is not like southern Illinois. There are few hills. It is not like Indiana as the roads are paved. It is own unique farming community. Something that you might not notice in the busy hubbub of Boston or consider as part of Massachusetts.
Anyways, it was a great ride on Sunday. Travis, Mike, Lori, Action Jack, Allison, and I were in the front group practicing pacelining for awhile. We stopped for coffee at some shop in Rochester. It was an enjoyable day.