3 Simple Rules for Today's road ride.
A. Avoid ice patches.
B. Avoid mad carnivorous chasing dogs.
C. Avoid huge chunks of metal rolling on rubber wheels.
Some people thought this was a puddle I was headed into. Actually it is the hood of my car and I put my camera on top of it.
Rode all over town, rode a lot of hills. 62 miles, thought I should at least do a metric century on pavement. Bike felt so light, took me awhile to trust cornering at these new speeds, that I haven't experienced since last Nov, with all the snow riding.
Here is a picture of the frozen Mississippi River.
A wet drizzling day, but a day on the bike on a drizzling day is better then a day off the bike on a sunny day.
I stopped and had a visit with Peter and gave him a peck. Another skier friend asked me if it was a 'long lonely rife' :-)
Feel well zonked now, the chill, the drizzle, lots of hills, the miles, left this guy with the 22 year old brain who wants to keep going all the time and the 58 year old body stiff and tired. That's a good thing. :-) I think?