Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Jim is Boozing Again

I would agree to ride 35+ if you youngsters agree to ride sport class - most fun to ride as a group.

As for the non-stop ride the no-dab was a nice footnote but in the end the time diff was 3 minutes - well within the margin of error considering the damage some did the night before.

Remember the immortal words of our mentor who said:
* Pain is temporary
* Glory is forever
* That bike chick sort of digs you but is not loking for a beginner

I am disappointed to hear you are boozing again...

Thursday, September 21, 2006

Good Lighting

The lights arrived this afternoon and Ruth drove down immediately to pick them up and begin charging. She is very supportive of good lighting for her darling husband who insists on riding his bike in the woods at night. They are now charging. That is the great news. The not-so-great-news is that the manufacturer strongly recommends a full 9 hour charge before using which means they will be ready at about 9:45, about when we will be returning from our night ride (ironic huh?). I personally am going to stick by the book and will let mine charge fully before using, so I will be using my old lighting setup one more time tonight. You are welcome to leave your light charging at the D'Days or you may take possession this afternoon/evening and use it tonight – your call. The total damage was $132.50 per person, no additional charge for the electricity – check or cash accepted.

See y’all tonight. 60 degrees, not too chilly yet.

Sunday, September 10, 2006

A Month of Rides

Great ride yesterday. Jim - we understand you had anniversary dinner last night. Hope those tire changing exercises didn’t spoil things for Karen.

Attached is the latest aerial map with blue tracks showing the last month of rides (red was yesterday’s track).

I added Rob to the email chain. Rob - you said something yesterday about a trail map you have. It would be interesting to see that map or point out areas we may not have explored yet.