EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE, WILD ANIMALS WILL SHOW OFF TO CYCLISTS

Before I get to the wildlife photos and videos, I thought it would be appropriate to re-print this article from the Media section of today’s edition of the New York Trying Times. “According to the latest Harris Poll, Czar Greg’s job approval numbers have taken a major upward turn. In fact, it might be the … Continue reading "EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE, WILD ANIMALS WILL SHOW OFF TO CYCLISTS"

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WEATHER (sic) YOU LIKE IT OR NOT, HERE COMES THE NOVEMBER CHALLENGE

According to the latest Harris Poll, my job approval ratings are dropping faster than President Biden’s. My leadership skills as Czar of the Monthly Challenge are in question. Cycle365 participation rates and readership numbers are plummeting as fast as my popularity. According to the My Pillow guy, my election to this website’s highest post was … Continue reading "WEATHER (sic) YOU LIKE IT OR NOT, HERE COMES THE NOVEMBER CHALLENGE"

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Bike and decoration and a Cycleblazer

The decoration isn’t on my bike, though. I have finally returned to the gym after a long long pause. I assume the decorative balloons are meant to attract new customers after the decline in business the gym suffered during the Corona lockdowns. I also considered quitting, but know it’s good for me to maintain strength, … Continue reading "Bike and decoration and a Cycleblazer"

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Bike sans decoration

I still haven’t gotten around to decorating my bike, except for once. Maybe I accumulated credit by posting every day for last month’s challenge? But I have been busy. Janos and I again found a four-day window of good weather and took another mini-tour. HERE is the journal published over at CycleBlaze.

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MUSIC IN THE PARK, A FACE IN THE WOODS, AND THREE BARN QUILT DAY

We did not have strong enough wifi connection through my phone to post anything here. So this is after the fact from our little weekend outing. We drove north from home for maybe an hour to our destination in Arlington (WA) and would camp at River Meadows Park for two nights. One of Susan’s fly … Continue reading "MUSIC IN THE PARK, A FACE IN THE WOODS, AND THREE BARN QUILT DAY"

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Happiness is Putting An Old Form of Transportation on an Even Older One

For some reason, putting a bike on a ferry makes me really happy. Even putting a car on a ferry is fun, but biking onto a ferry just always seems to make me smile. Recently, my wife and I spent a long weekend in Burlington VT and I rode the Island Line Trail, an awesome … Continue reading "Happiness is Putting An Old Form of Transportation on an Even Older One"

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A Picnic

And more food related pictures in my new journal. After taking a break, Janos and I resumed our trip to Kassel. I have been posting on CycleBlazse as we go along but have been truant here. I guess I’m not so good at multi-tasking. Somehow I just didn’t find the time.

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FOOD: An Eventful Day and a National Night Out

I rode around on my bike for a while yesterday, visited our local farmer’s market, and took a few food-related pictures. What could provide a better day than that? I’ll tell you what: Finishing off the day with a neighborhood block party/potluck food fest. Before I get to the pictures however, I have to come … Continue reading "FOOD: An Eventful Day and a National Night Out"

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Biking Barbados

I wrote this when I returned from Barbados in 1983, but didn’t see it again until 2021 when my sister discovered a long-forgotten copy while cleaning out our parents’ home after our father passed away. My brother drove from Virginia to California last week to hand-deliver the faded dot-matrix hardcopy. Read more at Bill Bikes

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