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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

No Pictures Today!

Today, Jewel & I took a little bike ride. It was soooooo UGH-LY that pictures would be too much for you to take.

First of all let me point out that today is July, not March, not October, so when we embarked on our ride we didn't expect it to be 54 degrees!!! It was cold!

I picked the route, a fun little ride out to Sumner. Chris and I have done this ride a bunch of times & really enjoyed it. First we had trouble getting out of Tacoma with construction every where we turned. When we finally made it to Levy Road, trucks. Giant semi-trucks whizzing by as Jewel and I struggle to hold our own hugging the 3 inch shoulder. So we adjusted the route and headed toward Puyallup.

Have you ever been driving across railroad tracks at the instant that the warning bells start to sound? Just a bit startling. Let me tell you that the same experience when you are on a bike can be an underwear changing event.

When we finally faced the hills of Tacoma we hit an unbelievable head wind. C'mon, can't we get a break today. Apparently not. I think Jewel thought I was trying to kill her off. Sorry Jewel, better luck next week.

1 Comments:

At 7/23/2008 10:57 AM, Blogger Mags said...

It may have been cool at 54 but at least your forecast has you reaching highs in the 70's. The forecast for today in Anchorage is highs in the mid to upper 50's! And its raining... again! On WU there is a notice for Anchorage saying that so far this is the coolest summer on record! I would kill for 54 in the morning, particularly if it got to 70+ by the end of the day. I'm whining, I know.

 

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