in late october while perusing mtbnj I saw a post about a place called white clay creek in delaware. it told of a trail called a skills trail with bridges,skinnies, and see-saws etc. i knew I would someday have to go. last Saturday my wife and i went. we set out immediately for the skills trail. First time around i mustered the courage and did most of it only reaaly stopping short of the steep drop off the structure after the second see-saw. I was quite impressed with myself. My wife had bypassed most of it. Of course i had to go back around and try to do the whole thing. At the entrance I saw my friend stratocaster and some other familiar new jersey faces and got even more psyched. Again I couldn't climb the short skinny section leading to the seesaw section but i walked up again and got on the bike determined to finish the rest of the thing. Unfortunately I made it less far losingcontrol of the front wheel on the shaky bridge I bailed out just before the second seesaw. To my surprise i turn around and my wife is getting on her bike looking at me past the first seesaw and the shakeybridge asking if she should try it. I told her it was up to her and said she could definitely make it over the first seesaw and the shaky bridge but then stop prior to the second seesaw because it would be harder to cross and harder to stop onn the other side. well she wasn't quite able to stop pre 2nd seesaw so she made it across it then wiped out hard whacking her chin on the side of the woocen structure as she plummeted to the earth and disappeare under the wooden structure with her bike emerging with a crimson chin resulting in 10 stitches 2 dissolvable inside and 8 regular ones outside. she went to the doc to get them out earlier this eve. anyway does anyone know where i can get her one of those giro switchblade helmets they stopped making them in 04. we need one because you know we gotta go back. I am the luckiest man alive, my wife is so much tougher than me.