A working bee at DISC!
I spent this morning helping out at a working bee at DISC, mostly up a rope on the bank with an orbital sander in a team of two with Nathan from Brunswick as we took turns sanding and taping divots and splinters etc. I got to use my old mountaineering gear! Prussic loops and harnesses and my old climbing rope. It was good fun and we got a fair bit done, there's a lot of gouges at the eastern end of the track there. I think I recognised Dino's dent from when he crashed last year and broke his ribs. It's a huge job, there was 8 of us there working from about 9am 'til around 12:30 (when I had to go, had to do 2 and a bit fits at the LBS) and I think we only got about half to two thirds of the track done. John Beasley's Malaysian tigers were getting ready to train when I left.
Not much else, club championships tomorrow, match sprints. I'm a bit keyed up for them. Will be interesting to see if I can get a medal in my age group (MMAS2, 35-40).