Monday, March 12, 2012

Blog Break!


The new 7th Avenue underpass along the ACDC in Phoenix


I'm taking a break from blogging for a little while to take care of some stuff, and to gather up some stray thoughts for possible future blog usage. There's just a lot going on, which requires some additional time and attention. Some of my meatier recent posts have some indication of the themes I'm reflecting on. I plan on continuing to reading other blogs in the interim. Keep on riding, and writing. I will.

 

11 comments:

  1. dude! the quality and volume and regularity of your postings leaves me in awe!!! take a break and reload brother!!! for sure . . . . steven

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  2. I ditto what Steven said.

    Recharge, my friend!

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  3. We will all be here when you return.....Have a well deserved blogging break.......

    -Trevor

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  4. Total agreement with the other comments. Following this blog since I moved to Phoenix last year has helped me out and inspired me, so thanks for that. I guess I just need to find another local bike blog (or start my own??)

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  5. Noooooooo!
    Come back!
    Where you going?
    Stay.
    I promise to be good!
    If you don't come back I'm gonna do something drastic!
    Like start a food blog!
    Or a knitting blog!
    Or something.

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  6. Like The batteries that power the lights on some of our bikes, periodically, human batteries also need recharging.

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  7. Hope you enjoy the break, and by the way, your banner photo is great!

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  8. Thanks all for your kind comments. The banner photo is from a beach in Maui, which is where I will be in thought, if not in reality. I'll be back.

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  9. JRA, I disagree with the others. You suck for taking a break. Enjoy it, you selfish, selfish man.

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  10. What alternate universe are you living in where the 7th Ave underpass is open to the public? Anyway…great blog!

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  11. Hmmm, what alternate universe am I living in...now THAT's a question I'll have to ponder for a while. Although, I'm pretty sure it's one which features lightweight steel bikes spinning down endless desert byways. Thanks, Craig M. Brandenburg!

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