The pie place opened at 10am so the three of us went to see what it's all about. We split a pie three ways and the chatter stopped until every last blueberry was gone. Worth every penny.
The town and the Toaster House was just too cool to leave early, so the two of us said bye to Mike and ended up hanging out there until 4pm or so. We only had a 50 mile day or so until Magdelina. We did this as an afternoon/evening ride. We rode through this giant 25 mile wide basin that was home to two national observatories. One of which was a giant telescope, the other being an array of 50 or so X-Ray imaging things.
sunrise on the balcony
The Toaster House!!! A true oasis
Savant Geoff posing under a string of shoes hikers have left behind.
the penthouse penthouse
Blueberry n Peach
Bumper stickers the pie crew gave us. Bikes don't have bumpers and poor kids don't have cars - watch out mom n dad.
Only found this in the morning! Stocked fridge that all hikers and bikers are welcome to.
This is Nita, the lady behind all the magic.
Ride into Magdelina