With one rider leaving a bit later in the day and two others unable to make the trip, we are down to four bikes all solo, so we have decided to include a side trip in our ride plan, should be a short 3 mile dirt road to a remote lake just the other side of the Sierras called Leavitt Lake.
It was a great day for a ride and the morning started off cool and was just heating up as we hit the higher elevations. With a quick stop for lunch in the Pinecrest area we were soon on the little dirt road to Leavitt Lake.
A fun trail, but not for the faint of hart on a loaded down bike the road proved to be a bit of a challenge to some of our riders, so we made a joint decision to head back before anyone did any real damage to there bike.
Not sure why we all had are hands in the air, but we were have a great time felt like a great start to a our trip.
By the time we got back to the pavement the in tire group was ready for more dirt! And that's a good way to leave the dirt, wanting more!
Setting up camp!
Virgina lakes provides some amazing views
The elevation hear is high at nearly 10k feet above sea level, and there are a few headaches as we wait for the Girls to arrive in the truck.
Our next day of adventure includes a visit to Bodi ghost town
My sone thinking about the ride, was that better than mine craft?
We head out to explore the town