Sager after taking a whupping at Sea Donkey. Trying some different things and part of it included shooting post-race images on white seamless. Well, let me tell you something – seamless and 25 mph winds are not a great combination. The seamless actually got pulled off the wall it was gaffed to, torn into tiny bits and blown into the atmosphere. Great. So you improvise and find the shadowed side of a 10by10. Not too bad if not ideal. Even raced the sport singlespeed on Saturday morning, my 2nd MTB ride since last November, and it wasn’t half bad. Geared light, 32×20 on the 29er, and while it kept me from going super fast it left me with some gas in the tank on the final climb. Finished just above mid-pack and had a good time rolling with the Thule guys. And now the travels continue, off to GA tomorrow to shoot a couple stages of the Tour de then Sunday a tri in Fla. The end is sort of in sight but the toll has not been light.