Fifty Plus (50+) - Taking Grandson to First Bike Event
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06-13-07, 09:30 AM
This should be fun. On Fathers Day, Natick, MA is holding the Tour de Natick for the 4th year. It includes a 25-mile ride that starts at 8:00 and a 6-mile Family ride that starts at 11:00. I have signed up to do the 25-miler and then the family ride with my 6 year old grandson, Noah. He will get a tee-shirt, ribbon, and free lunch. My daughter says he is so excited that he keeps telling everyone him and his papa are racing to Boston. How funny is that. I can't wait, it should be alot of fun.
What a great thing for a 6-year old though. We have come a long way in some respects. When I was six all I heard was "stop bothering us and get outside"
We want lots of pics and the full scoop afterwards. Sounds like a very memorable day!!
06-13-07, 10:51 AM
Sounds like a great day. Enjoy them while you can....they soon grow up and start driving cars instead of riding bikes with their grandparents:(
06-13-07, 12:09 PM
Hope you and your grandson have a great day. Even at 6, it'll be one he remembers!
Sounds like he is starting to remember it already...Glad you have the opportunity to share this time and family fun.....
06-13-07, 02:00 PM
You'll both have a wonderful time, I just know it. Riding with my grandsons is one of the great pleasures of my life.
06-14-07, 03:55 PM
My daughter says he is so excited that he keeps telling everyone him and his papa are racing to Boston. How funny is that. I can't wait, it should be alot of fun.
How cool is that?? I know you can't wait. You both are going to have a great adventure . . . . and one that he will probably remember all his life. Way to go. :D
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