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Tour de St. George - A Few More Photos

Brenda sent me a few more photos from our adventure in St. George, Utah last night so I thought I would share them.  

You can see the whole album on Flickr HERE.

Here are a few more of the highlights:

 A bit blurry but you can tell the theme of the day is FUN!

Typical road during the ride.  Rural and a bit bumpy but the view makes up for it

Smile never left my face all day

A fellow participant from Utah also stopped to admire the view and take our picture.  
Utah is a very friendly state

Last rest stop of 4 on the 100km route 

Grabbing a Bonk Breaker from my back pocket

In the last 5kms of the ride we took a turn on to the off road bike path.  
This section of the bike path goes through a driving range.  FOUR!

Post event Mexican Feast

A walk in the water park in the centre of town to cool down the feet post ride

Checking to see if I am tall enough to ride the Carousel at the park.  Yup, good to go!

Enjoying the Town Centre post ride

I can't say enough good things about this event.  My only regret is doing the 100kms instead of the 100 miles.  

Happy Training!

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