Pics from the last couple of rides

I did manage to get out on my bike the last two Wednesdays (thank goodness for daycare!).  Unfortunately, this timing perfectly coincided with my latest hacker infestation…oh WordPress, how I love your convenience and hate your constant exploits.

Anyway, I wasn’t able to update the blog until I nuked everything from orbit and reinstalled.  As noted in the comments from the last entry, there are probably still a few links that aren’t working…feel free to drop me a line if you notice any and I’ll restore from backup when I have time.

Anyway, speaking of time…I don’t have any to write “real” ride reports from the last two weeks, but here’s a photo dump of my favorites.

From last Wednesday:

Hooray, the Lemos Farm horse is painted again!


Yum, Sam’s Chowderhouse!



I rode to Fitzgerald Marine Reserve and found a couple of new friends:



Checking out the new tunnel at Devil’s Slide:



Yesterday’s ride was pretty short because I had to get back to beat Wordpress into submission before picking the kids up from daycare.  But I did make it up to Alice’s for lunch and a quick jaunt along the coast again.




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One Response to Pics from the last couple of rides

  1. Hey Blue Poof!
    Where have you gone? You’re writing and riding is among the most honest, informative, sincere, and interesting of the many I’ve come across. True, its not ‘ridin’ around the world but your spirit of adventure, your courage in taking on ‘maintenance’, and that wonderful capacity to ‘hit the nail on the head’ is MISSED! You are one wonderful woman – like just the BEST that could be expected given how crude ‘kulture’ has become these days.
    Don’t know if you’ll read this, but just thought I would let you know that if Motherhood and being a techie wizard for some computer company has inhibited your opportunity for biking and writing, than those who read about motorcycling are far worse off because of it. GOD BLESS!

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