I got Freedom's ashes right before leaving, so this trip was kind of about him. Still celebrating him. I hoisted my bike on top of my car myself. Super proud but shitty gas mileage. Scored a powder day at Mammoth on May 9, 2015. Good thing i brought my ski gear! Navigating a rock garden in Rock Creek. Practice for some of the technical terrain in Moab.Photo by Colin Farrell (@oppcreative) Gotta love riding with your friends!Photo by Colin Farrell with GoPro (@oppcreative) Hit Rock Creek, Sand Canyon and Wagon Wheel all in one day with friends before heading east.Photo by Brahm Goodis (@bgoodis) I may or may not have hit a tree.Photo by Colin Farrell (@oppcreative) Bootleg Canyon, Boulder City, NV. Running tubeless for the first time! The guys at All Mountain Cyclery really took care of us. Thats Fucci (total shredder) behind me.Photo by Jeff Fox (@foxonarock) Minco taught me i could love another dog again. He's an awesome trail dog, even at seven months old, and slept on top of me.Photo by Jeff Fox (@foxonarock) This is just a damn good man. Finally on our way to Moab. The first photo on the first day in Moab. BOOM! Circle-O TrailPhoto by Jeff Fox (@foxonarock) Dark sky BTSPhoto by Diana Proemm (www.dpphoto.net) Beauty and life all aroundPhoto by Diana Proemm (www.dpphoto.net) Potential EC (Explorer catcher) here, because my front end is a little wider, but i was stoked how well my bike handled the technical terrain.Photo by Diana Proemm (www.dpphoto.net) I was definitely challenged with the technical terrainPhoto by Diana Proemm (www.dpphoto.net) Tight squeeze but look at that suspension working!Photo by Diana Proemm (www.dpphoto.net) Klondike Bluffs. This was the hardest day of them all, physically. I was really challenged.Photo by Jeff Fox (@foxonarock) The more time i spent with this guy, the more i wanted to be with him. Have never seen anything like this. Some serious Cloud Porn!Photo by Jeff Fox with iPhone (@foxonarock) Slick Rock Trail. Lots of undulations and climbing this day, but my favorite by far. Really want to do this loop again now that i know it. That's Sylvie reeling me in. She's a good ride partner.Photo by Jeff Fox (@foxonarock) The fun part!Photo by Diana Proemm (www.dpphoto.net) if you could see down into this canyon, you would understand why i'm sitting there. Absolutely breath taking!Photo by Jeff Fox (@foxonarock) All smiles!Photo by Diana Proemm (www.dpphoto.net) Shit happensPhoto by Diana Proemm (www.dpphoto.net) The Crew from Telluride Adaptive we met up with. From left to right: Sylvie, Ricky Bobby, Patty Wack, Madman Poole, Jer, and Jet (my fav). Cool to see all the different bikes.Photo by Jeff Fox (@foxonarock) The terrain in Moab is so unique and I fell in love with it. If you haven't, you must.Photo by Jeff Fox (@foxonarock) Gemini Bridges! Blown away by the geologic history of this place. Taking this pic was a little sketchy, but i didn't care.Photo by Jeff Fox (@foxonarock) Pausing for a Free Wheel, Thule and Toyota advertisement. There ya go Pat!Photo by Jeff Fox (@foxonarock) As much of a ham as i am, I discovered i like to be behind the camera too. Foxy and i stopped to check out the Crackhouse so he could play around.Photo by Jeff Fox (@foxonarock) Foxy is super talented and makes it easy though. I wasn't gonna let these steps stop me.Photo by Diana Proemm (www.dpphoto.net) This should be a postcard! FOUR national parks in one day started with sunrise at the Arches. Felt the energy of this place.Photo by Jeff Fox (@foxonarock) Then to Canyon LandsPhoto by Jeff Fox (@foxonarock) Then to Bryce CanyonPhoto by Jeff Fox (@foxonarock) Saw a unicorn on the way to Zion Then through Zion Silver Canyon, White Mountains. Are we in Nevada or California? I don't even know! On our way home, we struck the biggest adventure of them all. 6000 vert in 10 miles. The Land of Milk and Honey awaits beyond.Photo by Jeff Fox (@foxonarock) Soaking it all in with a beer before crossing the last leg home to Mammoth. Thanks for the memories, Foxy!