Happy New Year from Tucson!

Well, if even Lednar is going to post a last day of the year ride, I guess I’d better too.  First though, I’d like to offer my apology for backing out of active involvement in the community.  Somewhere along the middle of our nine month tour of Europe I realized that maintaining that journal every day took all the time and energy I had at the end of the day, and I stepped back from Cycle365.  I’ve been gratified to see how well it’s continued on without my input, and now that life has slowed down for us I’ll try to reengage from time to time.

In any case, I did have a last day of the year ride, my annual attempt to ride my age in miles.  I could say how that went, but I’ve already done it that once, here.

And I could feature the roadrunner I saw on the ride, but the one I am including from the day before is better.  Four roadrunners in two days!

 

 

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6 response to "Happy New Year from Tucson!"

  1. By: Suzanne Posted: January 1, 2023

    Happy New Year, Scott! Roadrunner, a fitting image for you and Rachael.

  2. By: Rich-Illinois Posted: January 1, 2023

    Happy New Team Anderson!

    Beep! Beep! Best for 2023!

  3. By: NancyG Posted: January 1, 2023

    Happy New Year Scott and Rachel. We will all look forward to seeing your time to time returns to 365 ;’-).

  4. By: DJG Posted: January 1, 2023

    That’s really interesting you do an age ride on the final day of the year. Not sure weather wise I could do that, food for thought in 364 days time though.
    Happy New Year to you both.
    Now to read your ride report.

  5. By: gregblood Posted: January 1, 2023

    I think it’s amazing that you reliably keep up on your touring journal every day for months at a time, much less trying to do that AND post on Cycle365. You are forgiven.

    In 2022, I think I only rode my age once all year–and that wasn’t even on my birthday. In fact, I don’t think I’ve EVER ridden my age on my birthday. I’m going to have to try it this summer. It will be my Medicare birthday, so if I crash or have a heart attack, the U.S. government can pay to fix me up.

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