So my friends & I decided to go hit up Defcon, and check out Blackhat this year in Las Vegas and also hang out since one moved across the country. This was a totally slow time in Vegas and perfect weather. A lot of new restaurants, bars, things to check out since the last time I was in Vegas so come chill along in this 2 part blog post of our adventures.
Some real shitty Airport “smart bar” with crappy food.
Anyways read more to check out the start of our adventures in Las Vegas and catch a first class flight. =)
As usual in our new home we have some fully custom home made hot dogs on July 4th, and we like to cook them weiners up. Also the next day we traveled to Two Rivers Park Bridge and biked all the way (4 miles) into Maumelle park and discovered mini farms. I guess for $30/month you can rent a small plot of land to plant your own garden and raise different species of produce. Was cool and an epic July 4th adventure.
100% Organic Gluten Free Goodness
Check out the gallery above, and my new bike I got at GIANT bikes.
This a late June catch up post to catch myself up at light speed ok, thanks. Each one of these could have been their own post but had to compile some to save some time. June is a wonderful month in Little Rock, very beautiful and a little hot. Not nearly as hot as Texas, the humidity is almost non existent here.
First up I tried the new Chic Fil Le gluten free bun that comes in it’s own wrapper that you probably should toast first at home, was a little chilly. It was decent, but I’d prefer an udi’s bun over that. I do enjoy their grilled chicken nuggets though.
Two Rivers Park Bridge
The Two Rivers Park Bridge is a pedestrian and bike bridge connected to Maumelle Park. The bridge is 1,368 feet long. It’s also a biotch to ride your bike over, but it’s a very clean bike ride and adventurous at that! Check it out and click read more. June Adventures!
So this quick video of my next trail Ranch North Woods Preserve on the Little Maumelle River must have once been an epic trail. However the people who donated it or maintaining it have done a complete shit job, this trail is over run with forrests, trees, mud, and no clear paths. Plus a million swarms of bugs, etc, this trail needs ALOT of love before I ever step foot back in here. However walking in and out of the trail has some beautiful scene views. Quick photo/video below of the experience.
As you can see it’s right off the main thoroughfare.
This park is confusing, it has a pond that you can walk around and hang out (mostly for HS kids to get drunk at I’m sure but also a trail that leads you to a mountain of climbing. We had to opt to turn back because it ended up being downed trees and very uncleaned pathways. However did spot a cool rock formation along the way. However I will attempt Connor Park again soon as they hopefully clean it up a bit.
Any clue what this is?
Check out this dope action! Shout out to Youtube for helping me build my own shelf in my garage, it’s legit yo!
Another trail down, this one the River Mountain Park Trail… by far the most treacherous of the trails I’ve done so far because it was in the middle of a neighborhood. You park on the side of the road and bam all of a sudden your in the forest.
It was an amazing sight thought to find this beautiful trail in the middle of suburbia. It’s a 2.9 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail. Has a river that runs through in and a dope ass waterfall pond. I only made it half way and turned back, but during winter time I want to take this trail on all the way and back. River mountain was a 3 on 1-5.
Beautiful pond along the way, also check out some raw footage below.
So I’ve recently started to slowly workout, take on trails, bike rides, adventures, etc. I pretty much document the new trails and parks I discover and will be posting them here. The first trail I found on my “All Trails” app was Big Dam Bridge few miles from me and decided to give it a go. This is not so much a trail as walking over a bridge, but here’s about the bridge:
Originally intended to be called Murray Bridge, the Big Dam Bridge in Arkansas spans the Arkansas River and Murray Lock and Dam between Little Rock and North Little Rock and is open only to pedestrian and bicycle traffic. At 4,226 feet (1288 m) in length it is the longest pedestrian/bicycle bridge in North America that has never been used by trains or motor vehicles. It rises to 90 feet (27 m) over the Arkansas River and 30 feet (9.1 m) over the dam. The span over the river is 3,463 feet (1055 m), with the ramps on either side of the river accounting for the rest of the length.
Big Dam Bridge Side View
Hitting up a new wild looking trail tomorrow so check back.