Along with John Dickson Carr and Rex Stout, David Alexander is not only a master of atmosphere and suspense, but creator of some of the most ingenious, diabolically clever plots in detective literature. Eats to Die For! It starts for movie buff Dave Beauchamp, L. But the woman in the tomato suit is not what she seems Mystery at Shadow Pond. When Neale and Margie Lawson hear that their father will have to sell his shore When Neale and Margie Lawson hear that their father will have to sell his shore land and their beloved horse, Firefly, they are miserable.
They can find no way to help until a strange red car, a lost cat, and Mystery Behind Dark Windows. In Mystery Behind Dark Windows, a young girl tries to discover the source of mysterious Acclaimed New England author Mary C. Jane raised her two sons in Newcastle, Maine. Reading aloud to Mystery in Longfellow Square. Only young Phil Holt suspects that the distinguished-looking Mr. Tate is looking for more than Miss Goddard thinks the self-styled poetry expert is charming.
But Boz, the dog, takes an instant dislike to the Mystery in Old Quebec. A mongrel pup helps two children unmask a clever deception! Kerry and Mark get a Kerry and Mark get a special excuse from school to spend ten days in Quebec with their father. From the moment they step into the hall of the rooming house Scholastic, Inc. A trailless ridgeline somewhere in Montana, but if I told you where it was, then a trail might get built there.
Sorta takes the fun out of it. The folks who ride every day, in any weather, just to get where they need to go. The folks riding 90s mtb's with baskets to the food bank, to school, to their camp or to their family, and the folks who keep them moving working at community bike shops. Locke grew up in the mountains of northwestern Montana, discovering his love for biking along the winding stretches of dirt road not far from his backyard. What began as a means to explore the rural forests and ridgelines of his childhood have grown into a deeply rooted love for the raw freedom of exploring by pedal.
Locke is an avid mountain biker, bikepacker, and photographer.
He has worked as a raft guide, backpacking guide, road and mountain bike guide, bike mechanic, and mountain bike coach. Currently, he spends his summers facilitating outdoor education through youth cycling programs in Montana and California, and his winters studying environmental education and working at the community bike shop at Prescott College in Arizona. When not riding backcountry singletrack or teaching kids about natural history or body positioning on the bike, he is driving around the American West in search of rugged trails, wild rivers, good light, and great coffee.
They stay out of the way, don't work away too much body heat, and make layering up simple. For warm summer rides, the Delta Tee and Ventilated shorts do exactly what they should; keep me cool. When things get particularly bushwack-y or if I'm bikepacking, the toughness of the Haskell short and versatility of an Icon is fantastic. Something few people know: I once had a bag of kimchee explode inside of a seatpost bag.
It smelled exactly how it sounds. Which one? Lets just say I'm an ambassador not a model. But my biggest scar is when my sister rolled her Trans Am going mph. She totally hucked it. My proudest scars are the ones on my forearms. It is the mark of the mountain biker. Which time? There have been several. The most rattling was when I was on a road bike ride. I had pulled over on the curb to ask a man for directions when behind me a SUV screeched to a halt. It stopped mere inches from us.
The driver had been texting and driving and at the last minute my Hi-Vis helmet caught his attention. Don't text and drive. My family who understands my obsession. All my girls! A ride is best shared with friends. And last but not least my bike mechanics for keeping me rad.
Melissa was born in the Chicago area which means hills were a bit of a mystery to her. She has lived in Sonoma County for the last 19 years with her husband and 3 sons.
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At 36 she did her first MTB race. Not knowing how to shift gears she rode the entire race in 2rd gear and has been hooked ever since. She likes to race her local races and often comes in DFL, but she keeps showing up. Melissa enjoys regularly doing trailwork no dig no shred and volunteering for bike patrol in her local State Park. In , Zander headed west for Montana and has never looked back. He's spent time managing a cattle ranch, two years in Alaska, a couple in Idaho and many more with a knife in his hand, cooking for cyclists around the world.
His path as a freelance chef and cyclist has brought him in so many beautiful directions. She discovered her love for riding dirt during college days at the University of Montana, which led her straight into 5 years of guiding mountain bikes on Moab's rugged trails. His continuing quest to live the cycling life brought him to Portland, Oregon about ten years ago to fulfill the dream of finding work within the bicycle industry, and to be part of a larger cycling community.
These days Dylan can be found talking trash and laughing hard at the trailhead or romping around with his camera and dog in tow. Running the B-Rad Foundation, teaching as a high school education specialist, and being as creative as possible to find joy throughout the journey. They work so damn well, every day, whatever the conditions.
Truth be told the best gear is the stuff you forget about while using because it seamlessly integrates with the experience.
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Can you be more specific….? I choose to believe scar tissue is stronger than the original skin, like a bonus new bike day for my body but initially involving gauze, medical tape and some ibuprofen. Waking up to my home filled with smoke and having less than five min to wake my family and bug out. Had we slept a few minutes longer or tried to save anything we probably would have been caught in the wall of fire that destroyed my home and much of Sonoma County in October of The morning after. Nothing distills your understanding of what is truly important when you take honest stock of your life looking at your wife and children, and realize how much your heart is exploding with love for still being alive.
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Maybe that time I got really lost in the Olympic National Forest on a long run and it got dark. Or maybe that time a bus almost creamed me coming down Telegraph Avenue on my way to work.
Or maybe that time as a kid when I slid out on my BMX bike and almost went over a cliff. Pretty grateful to be here though. About seven hours into a fourteen hour race I got to a point where I was entirely present — not thinking about what was coming up, or the miles I had put behind me, or where my competitors were, or what hurt all of it , or when I was going to be done — I was just breathing and turning pedals, totally quiet and totally in my own body.
For loving me and accepting me and encouraging me to explore. And for squishy hugs from my little ones. They encourage comfort while on the bike. There is so much to be enjoyed when riding your bike and the last thing you want to worry about is the discomfort from poorly designed garments. I got this when I: Got bit by a shark! Actually is was my chainring, but it looks like a shark bite. There is a bar in town with a big sign that reads 'Free Beer Tomorrow.
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The next trail! There are so many roads, trails and bike parks that I need to discover and it gives me the most joy discovering a new gem! It was given to me by a Kitsbow representative at the Golden Giddyup charity bike race in Golden, Colorado.
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