Wednesday, January 20, 2010

something a little different

What do you do when the dogs are restless, the trails are too muddy to ride and there's no time for a decent road ride? Grab the dogs, load em' up in the truck and head to the trails with your most rugged running shoes. The only real chance we've had to ride the trails in the past few weeks was when the trails were covered in snow other than that they have been a wet muddy mess. I for one am against riding the trails when they are this saturated, it's really not that fun and the trails really take a beating. Melinda appreciates it as well since that means less mud being tracked through the house via bike tires.
Yesterday I really wanted to get out on my road bike since another soaking rain was just around the corner but time restraints decided otherwise. As I headed out the door I grabbed the Hero cam to get a little different perspective plus it made the run and the blog a bit more interesting. After watching some of the videos on the Go Pro site I decided there are other ways to make entertaining videos rather than just having a camera attached to my bike's handlebars.
I hope you enjoy I know the dogs and I did. Look for more videos in the future as I try and branch out with different video entertainment.



Trail run with the dogs (Boneyard) from Greg Carr on Vimeo.

8 comments:

JimiMimni said...

That was the funniest looking boneyard I've ever seen.

The dogs also looked like they were having more fun than most people I see!

Riding with dogs said...

wasn't all Boneyard, ran it backyards too

SCOOBY'S SNACKS said...

what was the name of that "music"? Try a "dog" cam!!! strap it on moonshine and let'er rip............

Riding with dogs said...

Beck

Darth Duncan said...

FACEPLANT!

Anonymous said...

Loved it

Dad

sweet beth said...

did you use the flip video to do that
pretty cool

Riding with dogs said...

no Beth, the Hero cam