Tuesday, March 24, 2009


A doodle inspired roughly by a Mac SE/30 and MacOS Classic error messages with the infamous bomb icon. I worked on this a little bit at a time.

JR's Bike Dungeon. He was getting ready to fix up the wheel for me. This is only a small amount of the bikes he has in storage. I think he needed to get these out of there just to open his tool box :)

My... mobile office? I had to swing by the bank and get money out of my PayPal account for JR. Couldn't remember my ATM pin for that card. I must've looked pretty strange standing there in business casual clothes using my bike as a computer desk to reset my pin while standing right in front of the bank.

Dora misses Boots, but we might have another friend for her soon. Someone's desperate to find a home for an adolescent kitty and we might just see how she gets along with Dora. If Boots comes back, my wife can practice being a crazy cat lady.

Ironic Tunage:
Orbital - P.E.T.R.O.L.
Geggy Tah - Whoever You Are

Seriously, I heard both of those at work today...


Anonymous said...

I'm looking for a seat pack for my mountain bike, and stumbled onto your blog in my search. The one on your bike looks cool, can you tell me the brand/cost/your use for it, also do you recommend it or any others? I don't have one now and I've been stuck with a flat out in the woods so now I want a pack to keep extra tubes, some tools, etc in it. Nothing big, just the few essentials to make sure I can get back home.


Noah said...

I'm currently using the Trek Side Loader and it's been a pleasure. Lots of room and easy access. It's been a while since I did a product review, and I've had enough time with the Side Loader to write one.

I also had really good luck with the Headland CMT And you can see what all I carried in that one. I carry the same stuff in the Trek Side Loader now.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the reply, I'll check those out. From the pic's online, they look like what I'm looking for. Every store around here has the topeaks and none are what I want.


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