Sunday, January 8, 2012

Caution Smaution


Caution Smaution

This sign not the end of the ride, not when it is a perfect 71F sunny January day, I'm on a mountain bike with skinny tires, and the day could last forever as far as I was concerned. This was a Saturday bicycle ride for the books. I'm exhausted. I rode like a crazy man possessed by great weather and boundless curiosity to see what was around the next bend. And the next. Two hours out, started to feel the exertion, ate some Sport Beans, got my second wind, hour and a half back. Sidewalk ends, ride begins. Or continues. Helped a fellow cyclist in need, too. Bonus.

Need some rest to be ready for more riding on Sunday. Ride ride ride. Hey, is that the edge over there? Let's go take a look...

Not an advertisement. It's a souvenir from the edge of perfection.
 

6 comments:

  1. For some odd reason they only sell the lemon lime Beans here.
    I'd like some cherry ones please.

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  2. Sounds like an awesome day, especially the 71 degrees. Would love to have some of that right now. Wind chill today was around 32 degrees . . . brrrrrr.

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  3. That 71 degrees with the fantastic clear blue sky sounds great.....I cannot wait for our summer to return....

    -Trevor

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  4. limom, "Summer" is when they duck out of the rain into the pub and find a slightly lighter "summer ale" being served.

    It was an awesome ride, but it left me feeling a little more like recovering and reading on Sunday rather than going for another long ride.

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  5. Be fair John. We do have summer occasionally. I remember one distinctly last time I was in the UK. Unfortuntely I was in the bathroom when it happened, but someone took photos.

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