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Return to Book Page. When John and Candice Archer's jobs go bad and their kids are sent to lousy schools, they decide it's time to get out of the city and head back to John's home in Spearfish Lake. It takes a little getting used to because their lives are different there, and they can't help but change to face new circumstances and new opportunities as well as finding new friends and new inte When John and Candice Archer's jobs go bad and their kids are sent to lousy schools, they decide it's time to get out of the city and head back to John's home in Spearfish Lake.
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It takes a little getting used to because their lives are different there, and they can't help but change to face new circumstances and new opportunities as well as finding new friends and new interests. But then, their new friends are undergoing changes, too. One couple is having trouble getting used to a slow life after challenging but intensive jobs; another's stable long-time relationship is not so stable any more, and a third couple is facing having to give up a dream of decades to face the challenges of the real world.
None of it is easy, but they're all in it together. You're a pretty good writer with a good grasp of things that can happen and the technical stuff.
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It feels to me that you actually live at the place and basing your stories on things happening for real. I had a few good laughs in the first training stages in the story and can relate to what the wives must've been thinking. I loved the way you developed the characters and wove the sub-plots.
There was something for everyone. I asked if this was a nice section of trail. They said I was at the prettiest section of the mile trail. We had a blast riding the old railroad bed over trestles and through tunnels at the end of a sunny day. We cheered on a few ultramarathoners that looked pretty darn good, considering they already ran over 50 miles.
Spearfish day three was all about mountain biking.
I researched trails to find something family-friendly. Nothing beats local advice, so I asked around.
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People recommended the Little Spearfish Trail about 15 miles south of town, so off we went. Duct tape to the rescue. A rough start, but we were finally cycling. An hour later, I realized we were having Type II fun. The kind of adventure that is only fun when you look back from the safety of the future. The trail went 1, feet straight up in 3 miles. We all walked our bikes at some point due to the grade. Most of the trail was bordered by chest deep grass and brush.
I can only imagine what the Bobcat driver thought as he suddenly saw a pudgy man in Spandex walking out of the woods to ask for directions. He saved us since he was actually working to rebuild our trail after the timber sale. We rolled over the summit and thrashed down the hill. My rattling bike rattled louder.
My rear hub was coming loose. I felt like somebody was pulling my leg when they said it was a family loop. The trail finally met a pleasant creek and we followed it back to the car below some dramatic red cliffs. The last half hour was quite nice. The first several hours? Not so much. We limped into town with our two broken bikes and walked into the Two Wheeler Dealer bike shop 20 minutes before closing.
Kudos to her and her bike. Shelley and Grace hung out at the pool while Sam and I went for round two at sunset. We found the Tinton Trail just outside of town. We were intimidated since it was part of the Dakota 50 mountain bike race, but it was a nice flow trail with no weeds and a lot less vertical than we did that morning.