Monthly Archives: February 2014

Back to the bike: no more back-pedaling on my NY’s resolution!

Click, click, click, click. The heavy flywheel on my exercise bike kept turning ‘round and ‘round making a tiny click at each revolution and boosting the odometer with every turn. It was still early this morning, and perhaps I was … Continue reading

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Meet the contenders …

The match took place early this morning. In the blue corner, Polar Vortex #4, the more powerful of the two, wily and windy and packin’ a one-two punch that could knock your socks off in a heartbeat. In the white … Continue reading

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Petal versus pedal power.

Today I saw this hot-pink bike on a country/folk art site I follow on Facebook. I decided this delightful work of art would be the picture for the blog du jour. I love creative stuff like this and about ten … Continue reading

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Might as well just whistle in the wind …

As I tumbled into bed last night a long rumble of thunder seemed to roll right behind my head, and then rain came pouring down from the Heavens above. I listened for a few minutes before I drifted off, all … Continue reading

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The sunny side of life …

Today I’m lamenting the lack of sun on my side of the street. Oh, the sun was out and shining brightly and the temps reached nearly 50 degrees! It felt like a Spring day, despite the calendar which says the … Continue reading

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Mother Nature: Enough already!

It’s still another Winter weary day as we trudge off to work, school or wherever. Even the expectation of a few “balmy” days ahead do nothing to buoy our spirits, and I suspect that even the Winter sports enthusiasts will … Continue reading

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“Ice Ice Baby”

Today this Vanilla Ice song kept running through my head since traversing the yard and perimeter is still a perilous trip, though the fresh dusting of snow helped give me a wee bit of traction. I rode three miles on … Continue reading

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