Pretty much any song from any Tool concert I've been to has been amazing, but I'd say 'forty six [HTML_REMOVED] two' from the last show at GM Place is it.
I ride in shorts all year round. There have only been a handful of days that I have ridden in pants and they are MTB specifc (house-brand Giant pants I got at their warehouse sale for $10 or something like that).
More important, IMO, is upper body. I have a waterproof breathable Sombrio shell with pit zips. You can layer properly for the temperature and always be relatively dry.
Spreadable bacon has moved away from being a mere culinary curiosity to a grocery-store item. Even food retailing giant Loblaw is unveiling a bacon marmalade under its new line of Presidents Choice Black Label gourmet foods, to be available in stores in October. The Presidents Choice product is a similar concoction of bacon, balsamic vinegar, sweet sautéed onions and spices, slowly simmered and prepared in a spreadable form.
Never met the man or had to be rescued by North Shore Search and Rescue, but knowing that he and the other volunteers are there in case I do…
A well-deserved recognition of the work they do.
I've got one and they're great for torching all kinds of things. We use it to burn moss off of our brick patio. It sounds like a F-18 with full afterburners on.
What if I let you borrow mine on one condition - I get to take video and post it to NSMB.
Sorry - didn't know it was a faux-pas to ride it in the wet. The only other time I've ridden Executioner was in bone dry conditions about 2 years ago. It was pretty much a blazing rodeo ride of loose rocky fall line, dust and a tight pucker. I thought it would be decent Sunday but it was still pretty wet and greasy. Likely won't ride it again for a while until she dries out.
Dreamweaver was pretty cool though. Nice little adventure trying to stay on course. Last time I rode it I got lost half way. Like I said before, good advice from the guide kept me on the right path this time.
I did the Dreamweaver Tour today and had no trouble finding my way from Executioner, down through Dreamweaver, and into the warned mass of criss-crossing trails before coming out to the powerlines. Fun ride.
I did that ride this morning as well. Good advice in the book about tending left but never climb. Found my way down to Lower Boundary pretty well.
But wow, was that a greasy root ride! :)