Thanks to everyone that came and made this trip a great one. I think it is fair to say we came off a LOT better than the forecasters were giving us and all told we probably didn't have to deal with that much wetness overall.
First shot is an arty one in honor of the dominant force in the group - 60% in fact
(This particular one carried the most weight
Just as the weather was closing in, some local boys were running (literally) to load up the cabbage trucks as we went past:
The camp was very spacious and was surrounded by wonderful misty mountains, fresh air and the occasional Formosan Hawk:
All of us were certain that we'd be packing up and heading off in the rain on Sunday, but awoke to this (shot from the truantvilla):
The road out of the farm was great, and we were thinking how awesome the return jouney was going to be. As Ratlung pointed out, we were in fact above the clouds, and had to go thru them some point soon (notice the mist rolling down the hills ahead):
After coming up the 7 in misty rain, as we went down the other side towards Baling, the conditions became perfect for the rest of the day. The coffee overlooking the valley just before we headed for home was well deserved:
As I mentioned today, we will have a few day rides coming up in the next several weeks. Initial thoughts are to revisit some roads around Baling and the #7, and also head up Yang Ming for a hot swim. Watch this space.