Monthly Archives: April 2004

Yay cheap fix!

After another commute with spongy brakes yesterday morning, i spent a few seconds poking around at the brake line. When I replaced the handlebars way back in September 2001, I put in a stainless steel brake line from the reservoir … Continue reading

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Prescription pills?

After posting my last entry, I started talking to a non-riding friend who nevertheless travels often. She said that I could keep all of my pills in one of those pill-sorting containers as long as I kept each prescription’s original … Continue reading

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Taking inventory

So, we leave for Alaska in just over 6 weeks. I think that I’m mostly prepared (by which I mean “vastly overprepared”). Forgive me as I have a bit of a public brain dump here. me. Eyes: I got contact … Continue reading

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Lock up your daughters!

Peter got back on his Superhawk yesterday — his first time on a motorcycle since his snowboarding accident in early February. Woo! Granted, it was just a quick jaunt around the block, but every little bit is better than nothing. … Continue reading

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April’s end-of-month ride

Today was the Wind Dancers End of Month Putt. There were eight of us at first: Bonnie, Karen (a new member), Jodie, Cindy (with a new Harley Road King), Laura, Laureen, June, and myself. Boring stuff for locals: Bonnie led … Continue reading

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