Super Daddy

This past Saturday Jeremiah planned a bike ride from our house (sea level) up to Gebbies Pass, along Summit Road and down Dyers Pass.  I don't know how many feet of elevation it is, but the route went along the top of the port hills up to 480 meters with panoramic views.  I actually got off my bike and walked a section near the top, but Jeremiah resolutely pedaled on all the way to the top, towing Milo the whole way.  Phew!  Then he blasted down Dyers pass at over 45 kilometers per hour, Milo snoozing the whole way.  Now Jeremiah is sitting on the couch watching you-tube videos about extreme biking and epic bike trips, plotting our next adventure.

This past Saturday Jeremiah planned a bike ride from our house (sea level) up to Gebbies Pass, along Summit Road and down Dyers Pass. I don’t know how many feet of elevation it is, but the route went along the top of the port hills up to 480 meters with panoramic views. I actually got off my bike and walked a section near the top, but Jeremiah resolutely pedaled on all the way to the summit, towing Milo behind him. Phew! Then he blasted down Dyers pass at over 45 kilometers per hour, Milo snoozing the whole way. Now Jeremiah is sitting on the couch watching you-tube videos about extreme biking and epic bike trips, plotting our next adventure.

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4 thoughts on “Super Daddy

  1. Remind me NOT to let Jeremiah plan an outing when we come visit unless he plans to pull a child & senior cart up & down hills!

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