Stopped at the turn around point and snacking down on cold pizza I found in the fridge this morning from son Caleb's midnight snacking I suspect. Riding was hard work for the most part, my tire would punch through the snow time and time again, and I would lose traction. I let most the air out of the rear tire and that helped a lot. The rain started, on the return trip home and got heavier and heavier as time went on. Well it came as no surprise as usual out here, I was the only biker, but surprising there was no snow mobiles.
Started getting dark. I started thinking I should have packed a light. Sometimes towards the end of a hard long ride, you start thinking, "I just want to get home" That is part of the fun of this. The good feeling you get pulling into home after a hard ride.
Tomorrow, with all this rain, and I'm thinking ice removal from the streets is occuring I would like to take my Trek XO2 Cycle cross out for a town ride that would be fun, and to have traction again, what a concept that would be.
I found out from a phone call from my son Joshua, out here today that my mom has been in the hospital since Thursday with kidney failure. She didn't want to bother anybody. Geeesh mom, please bother me. So I headed to the hospital right after I got home and then went up and checked on my papa, he was so nervous, worried, mom and him have been married for eternity. A remarkable relationship.
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