This weekend we once again participated in the D2R2 ride in Deerfield Mass - which stands for Deerfield Dirt Road Randonee. A Randonee, if you don't know, is a rambling ride on mostly non-paved roads, which can be a race but frequently isn't ridden too aggressively. We were in no way racing, with a 30 pound pug on my front rack and an almost-4-year-old on the back of my wife's bike. And we opted for the short Family route, only 44 miles, instead of the longer routes (confusingly measured in kilometers -- 100, 115, 180). Anywho, some quick shots from the X100: Empty food tent the night before the race: No campfires, so we had to make do with a candle. Camera sitting on a folding stool, 5 second exposure. "Hold still everyone." The view at night, including 5 airplanes and some cars driving by on the dirt road, and a lot of light polution from the searchlight of a moon about to crest that ridge: Halfway point, lunch stop by a covered bridge: My view all day. At about 10mph, his ears generate enough lift to become bouyant: Stopping for a stretch. Sharing a well-earned beer at the finish line: My daughter, finally freed of the bike seat, free to sprint across the open fields and be a goofball: Sunday morning, packing up in the fog: And that's it I guess. Still love this camera.