They're in there, but they weren't much up for posing for the camera!
After nearly 48 hours indoors, I had to do a double take when I saw the weather report say the high for Friday was 88 degrees. Oh, it was wonderful, a cool down! The temperature was over25 degrees cooler for our morning run, I felt "chilly"!
So with this great break in the heat we decided to make the most of it. We jumped back on our bikes and made the longest trip we'd ever done yet. We rode from our house (Douglas & Hillside) to my parents house (Central & 119th). It was long and man, we felt God the whole way! The wind seemed to change so that each way we were riding into it! While we "felt" God I thought I was seeing him appear. Kenton typically rides infront and as we progressed this shape starts to form on his back. I didn't alert the press, because they only seem to care when someone sweats the shape of the virgin mary. I thought it looked very Christ like, what do you think?
Maybe you don't see it, but I thought it was funny. It looked like Jesus on the cross, or an angel or a worshipper. Whatever it was, we were definitely being watched over as we rode. Kenton hit a patch of sand and I watched him skid and slide and I expected trauma to take place, but He got up from this crash un-injured. Not even a scratch! Judah was actually alsleep and woke up saying, "Daddy, What you do?"
I don't know why he was having so much trouble, I just fly along and never have any problems!
(oh, yeah... except for when I'm lugging the extra 40 plus pounds that is Judah and his trailer, up hill!)
While the ride left us un-marred, Kenton was not lucky enough to avoid getting some sort of reminder.
As he says, He's melaninly challenged!
Lot's of fun.... anyone want to start a biker gang? We could go show off to all the ten year olds by popping wheelies, like Kenton does!