Tuesday, July 17, 2007

The bike commuters are out!

Not much to say this morning. It was a nice but humid ride in. I actually got some good rest last night, stayed hydrated this morning, and all that jazz. There's definitely a lot of bike commuters out this morning. Karen was riding and I saw several south-bounders as well. Just before I started my climb up Baltimore, I saw Jeff on the Soma fixie. I'm pretty sure he recognized me. Once downtown, I saw lots of people riding around. Some dressed to work. Others lugging stuff around on their bikes.

When I pulled up to Starbucks, I saw Lorin's Schwinn SuperSport leaning against the window. We hung out and talked for a bit and discussed various things from my wife's new bicycle to his own quest to pick up a steel frame road bike, such as the Surly CrossCheck.

It's already approaching the mid 70 degree range downtown. It's supposed to be in the mid 90's by the time I head out this afternoon. Remind me to load up on ice before I head home. Sheesh.

1 comment:

amidnightrider said...

Your sleeping now? Lazy b***ard. 8>)
Thanks for you comment yesterday.

I didn't get much sleep over worry.

Brandon, the ex foster kid was put away without bail till Tuesday. From what I am hearing, and know about him, he may be gone for a few months. I have to wonder if jail will make him better, or worse. We'll see.
At least now it's only the possibility of him getting hurt and not hurting someone else.

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