Christine and Erin led a ride at Tamarancho in Marin. There were thirteen of us total who showed up. The ride is pretty much a loop, and we went the "easier" way. Still, there are quite a few sections, either due to roots, pointy rocks, or rounded rocks, that are challenging to most of us. Janet called it Tamarocko at one point, which sounded quite fitting. Many of us had lunch at M&Gs up the road from Java Hut. I wish we had a burger place like that in the Penninsula.
I brought my new Canon SD870IS on the ride. Having been used to the high quality shots from our bulky Olympus Ultrazoom C-770, I was quite disappointed in seeing the end results. However, for what it's worth, I uploaded all my photos to my gallery. Mainly, the people in the pictures came out too dark in contrast to the sunny background. Maybe I should take some classes on digital photographing so I do not rely on the Auto mode. Anyway, I apologize for the disappointing photo quality.
Most of the ride, I hung in the middle, so naturally, I took more photos of those around me or behind me. There is no favoritism here. You are all my favorite! :)
This is our ride that starts from the entrance to Deer Park (where we used the bathrooms) and ends at Java Hut in town where we parked.