PA trip – day 6

Explored raystown lake again.

Today was awesome. We started the day out by riding over the mountain to martinsburg, and got brunch from a place called Mamie’s. So incredibly good. Huge stomach boner for this place. So good we came back again the next morning.

Then we found one of the cliff jumping spots. It took us a while and it was sketchy but we found it. We had to go around a couple gates and stash the bikes in the woods but it worked out. We climbed down the side of a ridge about 100′ to get to it. It was pretty epic. A 25′ and 33′ jump. We did both. Water was super warm.

We camped at the same spot again. Perfect. Riding around the lake has been so much fun. The lake is insane big and the roads are great.


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2 responses to “PA trip – day 6”

  1. Adam says:

    Nice glamour shot, Ed. Is that photo for all the girls that check the site?… cause you know no girls are looking at this.

  2. Nate says:

    Those glamour shots are for Eds new modeling career / clothing line. Brian and I have dubbed it Edbercrombie and Vitch.

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