Mt. Hamilton puts coronavirus fears to rest

Halls Valley can’t be beat in the spring. Valley haze didn’t clear out until the afternoon.

Nothing beats a ride up Mt. Hamilton to take worldly concerns off your mind.

I celebrated my 41st anniversary riding to the summit — about 100 times.

The first year didn’t go according to plan, which resulted in a fall on the way down. The broken wrist healed well.

On the way up I heard and saw lots of wild turkeys. They disappear during Thanksgiving though.

A rider on an ebike buzzed by. One of these days I’ll buy one.

At the summit four or five riders milled about, but the last stretch to the observatory is closed due to the coronavirus.

I practiced social distancing and headed home.

Note: I haven’t seen any ads on my site, but that makes sense now that I think about it. This site has such low traffic, there’s no interest in advertising. It’s a blessing.

Looking west from the summit. Lots of wind up there.

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