"I think you're onto something. Life is a sitcom. I heard Bill Cosby on the radio the other day. He made me see the fact that (since the kids are gone or mostly gone)-- I'm now my wives "oldest child". Blew my mind--and…"
"The garage is clean and I'm out of the dog house now. I have less of an urgent worry about too many bikes. If you were interested you can still contact me but for now I'm not being kicked out of the house! Thanks, Ken"
"I can only ride one at a time and I know I've gotten carried away. I live in Beverly and am really only interested in this while I cleaning my garage. I do want to help my poor cash flow but am a reasonable guy. Call if your interested.…"
I've been reading Ezra's blog and want to give this a bump and add a bit of Dylan Thomas'
Do not go gentle into that good night ...
Rage rage against the dying of the light"
I ride almost every weekday morning for about 8 miles. Working on keeping the blood sugars lower and the bonus is that I love to ride. It feels very freeing and a bit child like! I'm into some long distance rides too. I just finished a solo ride to Macomb. It was very cool, a bit frightening too. God sent a couple of Angels my way on that ride. Thanks!
Thanks for the friend invite---wasn't even aware of this site. No after consequences from that fall. Those recumbents can throw you in a second once that front wheel loses traction. I haven't done a lot of group rides in the past few years so I enjoyed the comrade of that Major Taylor ride a lot, especially with it being a perfect weather day. See you around, I'm sure.