I would do that very slowly with the front wheel at a high attack angle (just creeping speed). My first e-bike crash occurred on a just symbolic ridge but I was riding at 20 mph with the front wheel almost parallel to the edge.Would you attempt to ride over the ridge?
Interesting creatures. They still give me a jolt when I see them. "Zero at the bone" was Emily Dickinson's way of describing the feeling. I once embarrassed one in the process of swallowing a small slug. Around here (NW Washington) we have no poisonous snakes. A lady out in the rural part of the county once called the sheriff to report a "snake ball" (a big tangled ball of snakes that hibernate that way). She wanted to sheriff to do something about it. She got upset when he ignored her. She apparently thought garter snakes were dangerous.
If your area ever had glaciers, that could be a glacial erratic. It would be frozen into or onto an ice floe, and dropped wherever it ran aground. We have a fair number of them on our beaches here. You can recognize them because they are granite from British Columbia, and we have no local granite in NW Washington. At least none along our shorelines.
Cows get curious and will gather and watch when they see something unusual.Don’t have a cow, man.
I stopped by this excavator parked at the side of the road to remove my windbreaker during today’s ride and immediately noticed a herd of cows began gathering near the fence all while mooing incessantly. I don’t know what I did to cause this cowmotion but I swear my body odor wasn’t that bad.
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