Saturday, February 4, 2012

29/29 - FOUR: The Invasion

We descended en masse on Randy's Mainstreet Cafe. (okay, some riders stopped at the bar down the street with all the Harley's out front). Moto content: I hear the cafe owner is a rider, motorcycle not bicycle that is. :)

 40.17 mi
2:59 hrs
13.39 av
34.35 mx
3542 Total

12 comments:

  1. Good job on getting out on two wheels in the gorgeous sunshine.

    Go pedal power.

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    1. I don't think anyone in the state stayed inside if they didn't have to! :)
      I'm loving this weather.

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  2. BlueKat:

    It was a great day for a ride on any Two Wheeled contraption. time to fill either tank: gas or stomach, doesn't matter which fuel. you sure pedalled a long way . . . I get tired just thinking about it

    bob
    Riding the Wet Coast

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    1. Hi Bob,
      Agreed, it was a great day for a ride or any sort. Fuel for the stomach is always mandatory :)

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  3. Not so much on two wheels, however we used the power of two feet also to hike a few hours in the springlike weather. Nice segue to the moto content: the owner is a rider... LOL.

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    1. Hi Sonja,
      A hike would be wonderful this weekend. I love hiking in the woods and walks in the city. Good stuff that!

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  4. Bluekat I need to get out bipedal or by pedal, got to get the blood moving again. But I just couldn't resist taking he bike out.

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    1. Hi Dar,
      Yeah, some days we really struggle with the decision of how to spend the day...riding, riding, hiking, kayaking. I love being outdoors, and the weekend is too short!

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  5. There were plenty of bicyclists out yesterday enjoying the beautiful weather and a lot of motorcyclists too. I bought and mounted narrow road tires and new tubes for my heavy, old mountain bike with the intent of motivating my heavy, old self and developing the habit of riding but alas my bike still hangs upside down from the rafters in the garage. Maybe once the house renovations are done, the lawn is cut, the flowers planted, the shrubs trimmed, the trees pruned, the lawn is cut, the garden tilled, the vegetables planted, the lawn is cut, the shrubs watered, the garden tended and watered, the lawn is cut, the leaves are raked, the vegetables harvested, the lawn is cut, the water hoses brought in and the house prepped for winter, and then when the days start getting longer and the temperatures start to warm up I can get out for a ride... After the lawn is cut, the flowers planted, the shrubs trimmed, the trees pruned, the lawn is cut, the garden tilled, the vegetables planted, the lawn is cut, the shrubs watered, the garden tended and watered, the lawn is cut, the leaves are raked, the vegetables harvested, the lawn is cut, the water hoses brought in and the house prepped for winter, and then when the days start getting longer and the temperatures start to warm up.

    Where do you find the time?

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  6. Rained yesterday when I could have inline skated. Today was rainy to start and so no rollerblades today either. Oh well, soon the trails will be dry and there will be time after work. Until then it will be catch as catch can. Rainy days are the times I wish I could ride a bicycle. Inline skating in the rain just doesn't work out too well.

    Glad you got out and about. Good job.
    ~Keith

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    1. Yeah, I've tried the skating on wet surfaces thing...not good! I really want to get out on our skates again, but we're so rusty at it, and I'm afraid of falling a breaking something.

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  7. I think I heard somewhere that Randy was one of my students. One of these days I'll actually have to stop in there. Have to see if his offer of free coffee still stands!

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