HelloI love your blog, and everything you do, so now I am passing the Versatile Blogger Award onto you! I blogged about it here http://stitchybritt.blogspot.com/2011/03/award.htmlBritt
Looks like tough going.
Hard work really.
You sure know how to catch those apple-cheeks in flight. Sharp as a razor.And couldn't that lock of hair be seen as a gift, a sign of spring, somehow?(Please.)The male bicycle-user got himself a new front-wheel. Smaller than the old one, but:Is it rolling when he uses the pedals? Yes. Is it stopping when he uses the brakes? Yes. Then it's a good, personalized, bicycle. I'm sure he is riding it at least twice a day
I can relate to the "in-the-wind" feel -- during a (short) grocery run today, I was pedaling well, the bike was responsive, and all was good.THEN I hit the return leg -- WOW! The same small rise I flew up yesterday almost forced me to get off and WALK!I asked family members, later at home, which one of them turned the big fan on high on the north side of town while I was out.....
I have been through this in-the-wind riding experience. When I look at these pictures, I can feel wind blowing towards me and my cycle becoming stiff and unresponsive. Great photos.
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