I can’t sleep, so I’m going to do another post.
I went up to Tabor the other day to watch Tony and my brother, Galen, race. They both did the cat 4 race.
Some of the pictures are a bit blurry. I’m still learning how to use my camera.
Here they are at the start.
Tony at the front.
Galen in the pack in the UO kit.
Tony, if you lean out on the handlebars any further, you’re going to tip the bike over.
Pain. Galen’s first cat 4 race. And his 5th race ever. He held on for 3 laps.
Tony trying to take out more spectators on the sidewalk (he’s right behind the bump sign). This was before he careened into a pregnant woman and her two daughters. Don’t worry, the paramedics got there in time to stop the 8-year old’s internal bleeding. Post race comment from Tony, “I treat pedestrians as targets. Small children are worth 1,000 points. The elderly are worth 1,500. Double points if you break their hip.”
And last but not least. Here’s a photo or two of Thomas with Styrofoam taped around his front legs and tail. He was no pleased with this. Later in the day, he got back at me by biting me in the groin while I was throwing small apples in the backyard at him and Galen.
Thomas and Mom.