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Old 04-23-17, 10:01 PM   #76
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Gila Valley Lookout

I finally rode to the top of South Mountain. Actually I pooped out and walked my bike up the last quarter mile or so. Pix are here. https://www.flickr.com/photos/res1du...57679157725583

The map is here https://www.endomondo.com/users/1891...outs/910434098

I left home around 5:30 AM riding east on Campbell Ave to 15th Ave. Then south to Glenrosa Ave. From there I worked my way thru the neighborhood to 9th Ave & Indian School Rd where I had breakfast. After breakfast I turned Endomondo on. Then rode to 3rd Ave, turned south and road to Thomas Rd. At Thomas I moved over to 5th Ave and continued south. At Van Buren St. I stopped to take this shot.

[IMG]Fresh Flower Warehouse by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

After working my way thru downtown I continued south on Central Ave. At Rio Salado I stopped to use the restroom. Noticed some artwork and shot them.

[IMG]Art at Rio Salado by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

Continuing south on Central Ave all the way to South Mountain Park. This being the fourth Sunday of the month it is Silent Sunday. So no motor vehicles inside the park. They open part of it so people can access the parking lots but after that it is closed off to motor vehicles. There were quite a few cyclists today.

At first the road is minor ups and downs, crossing washes and gradually climbing. But soon you come to a 3 way intersection. Once you turn towards the summit there the road gets steep. At least for me. I soon found myself in my lowest gear crawling up at 5-6 mph. One of the road warriors passing me laughed and said you have a LOW gear. My laughing reply was, "Sure do!"

I stopped at telegraph pass again.

[IMG]View south from Telegraph Pass by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

Fortunately it is level at the pass so it is easy to start up again. Soon I was climbing again. The TV towers that mark the top of the mountain looked they were directly above me. The roadies zooming back down the hill were having fun. Around the bend from the pass you drop a little into a valley, then climb back out. You work your way east of the towers then the road turns back west. This time aiming south of the towers.

There were several steep sections. For the most part I've been panting since the 3 way. But I don't have a lower gear to drop into so I grin and bear it. Until climbing a steep section even with the middle of the towers. Then I just pooped out. So I got off and started walking my bike. It was only about a quarter mile or so to the Gila Valley Lookout.

Gila Valley Lookout is as close as you can get to the top on the road. Public access is blocked to the towers at the very top. I wish they had put a place to park up there somewhere. Back in the 60s my Dad took us for a Sunday drive to the top one evening. I seem to remember parking next to the towers that night. Anyways there was a fair size group at the top catching their breath. I did the same.

[IMG]TV Towers by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

[IMG]Looking West by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

Now the fun, and for me, scary part. Going down. I managed to keep my speed under 30. An arbitrary number I picked. OTOH over 30 on my 29er just feels scary. I probably just need to spend more time on her. I turned off at the Dobbins Point Lookout. In my pickup the uphill quarter mile drive was nothing. It was steeper today. But Dobbins Point is a favorite of mine. I hike here from time to time.

[IMG]Dobbins Lookout by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

Heading back to the main road I stopped for this shot.

[IMG]On the Rails by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

I stopped again to get a shot of Telegraph Pass from a distance.

[IMG]Telegraph Pass by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

Going down I had to keep reminding myself to stay right. I was going slower than the roadies. But the right side is a drop off. So my sub conscious kept pushing me left a little. At one point a lady yelled, "I'm passing you on the left!". I yelled back, "Ok, I'll stay right." All I can say is sorry about that. Try to do better next time.

Leaving the park I stopped at Scorpion Gulch.

[IMG]Scorpion Gulch by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

I also stopped at the Circle K at Dobbins and Central for a bottle of tea. By this time they were pretty busy. And just one clerk. Since I was thirsty I waited in line anyway. Then onward. From Dobbins Rd to the Salt River is downhill. Then a very slight uphill after that. I stopped downtown for a donut. And took some pix.

[IMG]Renaissance Square by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

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41.2 mi
3 hrs 22 min riding time
Legs are a little tired. Maybe I pushed too hard?
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To the CAP Canal

Rode to the CAP canal and back this morning. Temps were in the mid 50s when I started. Pix are here:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/res1du...57679157725583

The map is here.

https://www.endomondo.com/users/1891...outs/914275023

Started around 5:30 AM riding north on 23rd Ave. At Glendale Ave I rode east and worked my way thru the neighborhood to 21st Ave. Then north to Northern Ave, east to McDs where I had breakfast. After breakfast I stopped at the convenience store nearby and bought a gatorade. Then turned on Endomondo. Then back to 23rd Ave and north to 25th Ave & the Arizona Canal. I stopped by the Phoenix Water Treatment plant for a couple of shots.

[IMG]The Arizona Canal by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

At 35th Ave I got off the canal path and worked my way thru the neighborhood to 39th Ave. Then turned north again. At Grovers Ave I rode west to 51st Ave. Then north. I stopped at a service station at the 101 to use the facilities. Then back north.

North of the 101 the road is climbing slightly. The neighborhood is one of those with a small lake and I stopped for a shot.

[IMG]Arrowhead Lakes Dr by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

The road swung west to 59th Ave and I turned north again. Now it is climbing pretty good. At the top of the pass just before the bridge I stopped for this shot.

[IMG]Top of the pass by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

[IMG]Trail Bridge by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

Now I'm going down the other side. At 55th Ave I turned north. After Happy Valley Rd 55th curves gently back and forth. Eventually I end up at Stetson Valley Pkwy and the CAP.

[IMG]The CAP by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

After taking a few shots here I looked for the CAP trail continuing west. It isn't the road along the canal. It is slightly south of that. Almost immediately you find yourself riding between two fences. Not as much fun as riding on a regular trail. At first there was a neighborhood to the south. Then you come to a water treatment plant.

[IMG]Narrow Trail by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

I rode only a little further to a pumping station I think. Looking down the trail I can't tell how far it is until you can get off the trail.

[IMG]Where are we going? by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

So I turned around and found an alley leading into the neighborhood. Then worked my way over to Pyramid Peak Pkwy and turned south. At Happy Valley Rd I turned west and rode to 72nd Ave. Then south until 72nd hits a gated community. Then over to 71st Ave and south again. 71st Ave has some jogs and I ended up at 67th Ave & Hillcrest Blvd. I decided to head to the donut shop at 67th Ave & the 101. But they were super busy. Started to go into McDs in the same parking lot but they had literally no parking place for bikes nor a place where I could lock the bike and watch it. Starbucks was busy too. Que sera.

So I rode to 63rd Ave and headed south. At Union Hills Rd you have to cross Skunk Creek first then work your way thru the neighborhood to get back on 63rd Ave. Eventually I found myself at 63rd Ave and the Arizona Canal. From there I found a donut shop at 59th Ave and Thunderbird Rd. Then got back on the Arizona Canal and headed home. Stopping at Bethany Home Rd & I17 for lunch.

The weather was nice today. There was a slight breeze. Sometimes helpful sometimes not. The temp was never over 90 during my ride.

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3 hrs 43 min riding time. About 6 hrs total.
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Goatheads

Forgot to mention. Riding around yesterday lots of goatheads were visible. They seem to like sandy areas next to the road or path.

[IMG]Goathead by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

Looking closer the seeds aren't mature yet.

[IMG]Goathead by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

Maybe you know them by another name.

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Laveen Area Conveyance Channel

I rode to Laveen this morning. I wanted to see the Laveen Area Conveyance Channel Path. The channel is a flood control channel that was designed to handle 100 yr flood. If you're wondering about the 100 yr flood.. Way back in the 70s we had several years of extra rain and the floods that go with them. After a particularly bad year it was announced that the particular flood was one in a hundred years. Then the next two years it was repeated. So now many years later we have what we hope is a good flood control system.

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/res1du...57680351151754

The map is here.

https://www.endomondo.com/users/1891...outs/918853480

When I started this morning around 5:30 AM the temp was in the low 60s. I rode east on Campbell Ave to 19th Ave. At 19th I went one block south to Roma then east to 15th Ave. From there I worked my way to 7th Ave & Indian School where I had breakfast. After breakfast I rode to 3rd Ave and turned south. At Thomas Rd I rode to 5th Ave. Then I followed 5th Ave to downtown Phoenix. Working thru downtown I stopped to shoot the Orpheum Theater.

[IMG]The Orpheum Theater by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

I left downtown on Central Ave. Stopping at Rio Salado for a pit stop.

[IMG]Rio Salado by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

Then riding along the paved trail to 7th Ave and turning south again. 7th Ave has a bike lane south of Broadway Rd. At Southern Ave I turned west. Southern has a bike lane along most of the stretch I rode, from 7th Ave to 43rd Ave. At 43rd I turned south. The Laveen Area Conveyance Channel starts about a quarter mile south of Southern.

[IMG]The Start by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

[IMG]Artwork at the start by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

The path is a nice wide multi user path. At first there were few people on the path. There was actually water running the length of the channel. The path wonders west, then south then west again. The channel goes under roads. The path does not.

[IMG]Crossing 63rd Ave by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

In the pic above you can see some interesting clouds. The wind has shifted and is now coming from the west.
And the sun is hiding behind some thin clouds. Shortly before you get to Baseline Rd you come to an abandoned house.

[IMG]Sachs-Webster House by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

Apparently it was built by one of the early settlers in Laveen. About a half mile NW of Baseline the concrete ends. Google maps shows the "Maricopa Trail going on. But it also goes thru the Hayfield site of Tres Rios which I thought was closed. Not being sure if I can get thru I turned around here and worked thru the neighborhood to Trailside Point Park at 71st Ave & Vineyard Rd.

[IMG]Cholla by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

I stopped here to pump up my rear tire and look at Google maps again. Read look for a donut shop on the way home. In the end I stuck to my original plan and rode north on 67th Ave. Google maps showed no bike path but a wide shoulder except crossing the Salt River. This was true. Traffic was heavy and zooming by at 50+mph. So I crossed the river bed on a rough and rocky shoulder. Eventually I found myself at the donut shop just south of I10 and had coffee and a donut.

The wind speed has picked up. It is also cooler. I think it is in the mid 60s now. From here I rode to McDowell Rd and turned east. At 63rd Ave I turned south. A few months ago I stopped at a bridge over I10 on the south side. I just wanted to see it from the north. There is a warning about Trespassing and fines but I'm wondering, Why build a bridge and not let people use it?

Anyways, back to the north. At Encanto Blvd I crossed Desert West Park and continued to Thomas Rd. I followed the residential road just north of Thomas Rd proper to 59th Ave then turned north to the Grand Canal. Then east towards home. With a strong west wind my ride along here is fun. Speeds in excess of 17mph! Watch for pedestrians though. I stopped here and there for pics.

[IMG]Grand Ave RR Tracks by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

[IMG]Abandoned Works by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

At 27th Ave I turned north to Indian School Rd. Then west to I17. Then worked my way home.

Stats
37.3 mi
2 hrs 56 min riding time
about 5 hrs real time.
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Papago Park

I decided to try a little trail riding this morning. So I rode to Papago Park. The pix are here.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/res1du...57680351151754

There are 3 maps. The first riding to the park, is here

https://www.endomondo.com/users/1891...outs/923187263

As usual I started out around 5:30 near 23rd Ave & Campbell St. I rode to McDs at 7th Ave & Indian School Rd. After breakfast I rode to the convenience store at 3rd Ave to get a cold bottle of tea. Then headed north on 3rd Ave towards the Grand Canal. I started Endomondo when I got on 3rd Ave just north of Indian School Rd.

[IMG]3rd Ave Bridge by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

At the Grand Canal I turned east. At 12th St I went north to Campbell St, then east again. At 44th St I turned north, then east onto the Arizona Canal Path. Just east of 48th St. is OHSO eatery. I stopped to shoot their patio decor.

[IMG]OHSO Eatery by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

Continuing east I stopped for a break at Arizona Falls near 56th St. then at 64th St where the Crosscut Canal starts I turned south following the Crosscut Canal path. There are a lot of power lines going and coming along the Crosscut Canal.

[IMG]The Crosscut Canal by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

I continued south along the Crosscut Canal to McDowell Rd. Just south of McDowell a path diverges from the canal. There I stopped Endomondo and started the second mapping, riding in the park. Setting the ride to mountain biking.

https://www.endomondo.com/users/1891...outs/923251916

However the first half mile was sidewalk riding. At least it's mapped. From the SE corner of the Desert Botanical Gardens I followed tracks towards a big rock called Hole in the Rock. But I was sidetracked by a low ridge just SE of the Rock. So I parked the bike and climbed the ridge to take some shots.

[IMG]Hole in the Rock by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

Then I tried to ride to the saddle on the north side of the Rock. Had to push the bike up the last 50 ft or so. Then took more shots.

[IMG]from the saddle by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

[IMG]Looking Northish by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

And of course the actual Hole in the Rock.

[IMG]Hole in the Rock by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

From the saddle I followed a trail west until I arrived at another sidewalk trail. I followed it to a road, and found a way across to the west side of the park. Then started following a trail north. I was soon approaching the south Papago Butte.

[IMG]South Butte by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

Before I got there I found myself on a smooth hard pan much improved trail. Since it appeared to be going towards the butte I stayed on it. The north butte is across McDowell and is on a military base. So no point in crossing McDowell.

[IMG]North Butte by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

The nice smooth trail turned back to the west at McDowell then south again. Pretty soon it was heading around a golf course. I didn't want that so turned onto a dirt trail on the east side of the course. BTW I still have to stop and walk out of a wash occasionally. But this trail is pretty smooth, so not too much.

At the main parking lot I decide it is time find a snack. There is a donut shop at Scottsdale Rd & McKellips St. To get there I need to cross the park. In retrospect, my path probably wasn't the shortest nor the easiest. But it was fun. This ride will be continued in the next post.
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Papago Park Ride part 2

When I got to the Crosscut Canal I followed it south. Since Endomondo is still calling this mountain biking I rode on the gravel part of the path. Does that count? Pretty soon I came to a water gate letting the canal onto an aqueduct.

[IMG]Gates on the Crosscut Canal by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

The nice smooth gravel path ended at the aqueduct. There was a dirt track going under the aqueduct. I actually made it down without having to get off! The aqueduct carries the canal over a road going into the Phoenix Zoo.

[IMG]Aqueduct by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

From the road I got onto the paved Crosscut Canal path climbed back up and followed it to a pond. At the pond there is a path heading easterly and I took it. Kinda got lost. So I climbed up on a ridge to get my bearings. From there I shot the pond.

[IMG]Dam & Pond on the Crosscut Canal by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

The east side of the park was just below me on the east side of the ridge. Following the trails was going to be closer to a half mile. I ended up doing some more walking to get there. When I got out of the park I stopped Endomondo and restarted it again as normal cycling.

https://www.endomondo.com/users/1891...outs/923328354

From here it was only a few minutes to the donut shop. After having coffee and donut I followed McKellips to College Ave. Pretty soon I was where I got out of the park. There was one more path I wanted to look at this morning. There is a canal between Curry Rd and the 202 (Red Mountain Fwy). Well, I missed it. I got on the Lizard Trail and crossed under Curry Rd.

[IMG]Lizard Trail by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

Then went looking for my trail. Found myself in a corner with only some cacti to talk to.

[IMG]Ripe Cholla by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

Looking at the maps later I see you need to stay on College Ave south of Curry Rd to get on the Canal Trail. But the Lizard Trail does lead to a pedestrian bridge. Finally! Here's my canal trail.

[IMG]Indian Bend Canal Trail by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

I followed this trail west to Lake View Dr. Then rode up to the Grand Canal beginning just north of Tempe Town Lake. From here it is a pretty normal ride home. Partly because I was tired and partly because I didn't see much to shoot I didn't stop for pix along the way home. I did stop at Culver's for a burger on the way.
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36.3 mi
3 hrs 20 min riding time
Since my trail riding was mixed up with normal riding and vice versa no point in separating the mileage. My bad making 3 maps where 1 would do. Of course some of the riding on my bike computer is actually me pushing the bike up or down. Probably less than 1/2 mi.
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Desert Breeze Park in Chandler

I rode to Desert Breeze Park in Chandler this morning. The weather was a nice 63 F when I left home and about 90 F when I got back. The pix are here.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/res1du...57680351151754

The map is here.

https://www.endomondo.com/users/1891...outs/927953625

I left the house about 5:20 AM. From my home near 23rd Ave & Campbell St I went to McDs at 7th Ave & Indian School Rd for breakfast. I like this McDs because I can park my bike where it is in sight while I am eating. After breakfast I rode to QT near 3rd Ave to buy a bottle of tea. I turned on Endomondo as I left QT. Following 3rd & then 5th Ave I made my way downtown. I stopped to take some pix.

[IMG]Downtown Phoenix by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

I left downtown via 1st Ave which merges with Central Ave. Then stopped at Rio Salado for a short break. My plan was to ride east on the paved path at Rio Salado to 7th St then go south on 7th St to Baseline Rd. There wasn't a good way to get onto 7th St. Instead I ended up at 16th St. Que sera! South on 16th St, east on Roeser, south on 40th St to Baseline. Here is a shot of the Highline Canal at Baseline Rd.

[IMG]Highline Canal by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

East on Baseline, then on the Highline Canal when it recrosses Baseline. I followed the Highline Canal east to 48th St. Then south. 48th St takes you around the eastern shoulder of South Mountain. There is a little climb but not too much. At Guadalupe I turned east.

This takes you into the town of Guadalupe. I think this is a small Indian Reservation. It used to be a stand alone village along the freeway when I was a kid. It looks more modern now.

At Kyrene Rd. I turned south. Then 3 mi south to Ray Rd. Then east. At Rural Rd I stopped at a place called the Fractured Prune Doughnuts. The menu says you can watch them make your custom donut. Don't need that but it turns out they don't sale hot coffee. Only iced coffee. So I skipped the donut too.

East to Desert Breeze Blvd. Then south maybe a half mi to Desert Breeze Park.

[IMG]Desert Breeze Park by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

The park has a large pond, various sports facilities, children's playground and a kiddie RR. I wandered around the park for a half hour or more taking shots.

[IMG]Boxelder Bug by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

There's more in the album. After getting home I realized I had forgotten something. Google maps shows a hummingbird habitat in the SW corner. I forgot it! I guess I'm going to have to start taking notes with me!

Leaving the park I rode back to Rural & Ray Rds. Where I stopped at Jack in the Box for a small coffee. They didn't have much in the way of deserts I wanted so just the coffee. Then back to Kyrene Rd and north. About a half mi north of Ray Rd you hit the Kyrene Branch Canal. There is a trail alongside the canal. At first it is hardpan but soon there is a concrete path. After you cross Elliot Rd you are cycling along the Ken McDonald Golf course.

[IMG]Path near Ken McDonald Golf Course by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

There is also a power plant across the canal.

[IMG]Kyrene Power Plant by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

North of Guadalupe Rd you pass Kiwanis Park and lake. As you near Baseline Rd you can choose to cross the RR Tracks.

[IMG]RR Tracks by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

I chose to follow the path east to Mill Ave and followed it north to cross Tempe Town Lake. From there I got on the Grand Canal Trail and continued west. Stopping between Center Pkwy and Priest Dr for some shots.

[IMG]Barrel Cacti by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

[IMG]Barrel Cactus Flower by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

The Grand Canal is not paved from Priest Dr to 44th St. Then it is paved again. At 24th St & Thomas Rd I stopped for lunch. Then headed home. Here is one last shot.

[IMG]Sunken by res1due, on Flickr[/IMG]

Makes me sad. Wonder what the story is.

Stats
47.4 mi
3 hrs 44 min riding time
almost 7 hrs real time
Rear end sore, should have applied sunscreen a second time. Still a fun day.
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