Nothing planned for today, so I went out exploring. Prepping the photos for this thread, I found a few from June 22nd, my first Saturday down here.
Most of these are from just across the Savannah River in the Long Cane district of Sumter National Forest, South Carolina. Out riding around, I found a mountain biking area.
Above the fall line
, the sand gives way to this stuff.
A view of the Clarks Hill Dam from the Georgia side.
I see you watching me.
Three shots of the same old house. Normal:
The old timey filter:
And the blue-only filter:
I think I like the last one.
Towards the end of the day, I found a huge mud pit on one of the Forest Service Roads.
Even the bypass looked shitty.
But someone had created a second bypass on the right.
I was debating which way to go when a butterfly landed on my tank bag and pointed to the right. OK, right it is!
It's really nice not riding on sand. I need to get back over there.