NCCX-3 Boone, NC = MUD
As we rolled West through downpours in the piedmont toward the High Country we began to see some breaks in the clouds. And while the temperatures were hovering in the mid-40's we held some hope that we might see semi-clear skies, although with heavy rain there was bound to be mud. I mentioned the strangeness of micro-climates up in these hills that I remembered from living here some time ago. Sure enough once we headed out of Boone on the way up to Hawksnest all blue skies were shrouded in low hanging fog. But sometimes it is most interesting to start at the end so....
I think those photos say alot already and since I am less eloquent than the professor I will let the race photos speak most about the rest of the day.
Still moving kinda smoothly through the off camber section.