High Pressure – Out Late

I ended up sleeping in a little this morning.  Thankfully the slightly longer mornings and the unseasonable weather made for some wonderful light.

Headed up the coast a bit for a quick loop.  The coastal range acts as a shield from the local mountain winds.  A byproduct of the high pressure dominating our local weather is the wind that comes with it, 30-40 mph gusts my late morning.  The wind it the price we pay for 45 deg mornings and 65 deg afternoons in the middle of winter.

Stopping on the way back to enjoy the view of the islands.

and then time to get home and back to work.

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3 Responses to High Pressure – Out Late

  1. Errin says:

    Is the second pic taken on the bike path that ends at the campground? It looks like the path that we use on the brevets heading through Ventura.

    • Rob says:

      Yes the second pic is the bike path through Emma Wood State Park. This is my gateway to the coast north. The other pics are riding through the campground, depending on the time of day and day of the week the campground way can be less crowded than the trail. While on the brevet, you passed through my neighborhood and many of the areas I ride.

  2. Errin says:

    Yeah, I thought I recognized the bike path heading up towards Casitas Lake in another post. You are lucky to live in such prime cycling country.

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