Tuesday, February 27, 2007

A nice slow ride to work

I left home about 10 minutes before my usual bus leaves. The fastest I've ever made it to the bus stop is 12 minutes. After putting on more than 25 miles yesterday, I didn't see making it to the bus in 10 minutes as a plausible goal. I also had to do some after-hours server maintenance last night, which got me to bed around 1:00 AM.

So, the next bus I could catch was 25 minutes out. I took it really easy on the way to the bus. It was a nice change of pace. Temps were in the high 20's, and I stayed plenty warm, with my hoodie on under my windbreaker. I'd usually just have a t-shirt and windbreaker for this stuff, but I was thankful for the extra warmth since I wasn't working as hard or getting as hot.

I'll probably take the bus to JCCC then ride to the Dose tonight before heading home.

Oh yeah, I also velorouted a potential route between work and home. I might have to drive it to make sure it's safe, but it looks like a winner from the satellite view.

1 comment:

Frogman said...

Some sections of South West might suck on the bike, epending onthe time you travel. SW and Rainbow sticks to mind, parts leading into Merriam Lane narrow and might still have some nasty potholes... ;)

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