Sunday, August 08, 2010

Volunteering at the Mt. Tam Double Century


dan and orgnic pbLanceOldStrong and my own bad self volunteered to staff a rest stop in Point Reyes Station for the Mt. Tam Double. As part 4 of our quest for the California Triple Crown Thousand Mile Club we are required to volunteer at a double century. We picked the right one. These folks were great. As LanceOldStrong pointed out, they used our time well and gave us what we needed to be at our best for the riders. We showed up to a stocked van and a huge binder containing just about every piece of info imaginable. If you ever plan to volunteer for a ride, you couldn't do better than working with this group.

Our rest stop rocked, and we enjoyed greeting and feeding riders as they rolled in. Dan made about 12,537,736 PBJs and seemed to enjoy building every one of 'em.

Dan and Curtis at Marin


  1. How many more freaking cool things can you do in a year?!
    Nice going on everything.

  2. Anonymous5:09 PM

    Thanks for volunteering! I am returning the favor for the quacks on knoxville!


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