Wednesday September 29 2010
I'm gone to Europe and Kentucky, and all hell breaks loose.
The Owyhee Canyonlands starts without me in Idaho (where all hell breaks loose). Meanwhile I have some horse trauma of my own in Illinois (almost break a friend's horse's leg); covering the World Endurance Championship in Kentucky is a whirlwind that doesn't stop; it takes me a car-plane-plane-plane-car journey to get back to Idaho at 2 AM - during all of which time I don't have enough battery in my computer, nor enough time in airports to plug in to work on photos and stories - and here I am at home now!
Day 2 of the ride has started without me. I woke up at 9 AM, just as the LD riders were leaving out on trail. Before I even had a cup of badly needed coffee, I heard some of the stories of the trauma that happened here (and a funny Stormy story) while I was gone, that Connie will have a guest blog entry on, and I'll relate my own traumatic ride, and a recap of Kentucky.
Meanwhile, I'm working on getting photos up from the World Endurance Championship this morning before I have to go help with the ride.
Much more to come - many more photos will be going up the next few days here: