In more uplifting news, life's distractions.
after painting the rest of the room and living in it for a day, it turns out the color is perfect.
still only needed one coat, and still have a little over half a gallon left. i'm wondering if they can remix the remainder into something darker and greyer.
speaking of, i'm planning a road trip in a month. pac-nw (seattle via portland) might be on the places to go, but i'm working out a couch surfing path from oakland, ca back to behind the cheddar curtain. depending on levels of stupid weather, the route will move further south. right now it's looking like vegas to OK and then back north. i doubt ID an WY will be much fun on a bike in the second week of April.
As a follow up to my cycling safety glasses public service announcement, be sure to buy ones that are anti fog. The other ones are fogtastic.
Did you move out, ts?
I just received prescription wrap around safety glasses, ray ban green tint, antifog treated. I am excited. $133 and I can see!
Originally Posted by Man in Black
I hope the move is for the better.
Hey LAJ - Keith showed me the Alize in court the other day. Sweet. It came out wonderfully. Looks great. It's also so nice to see something different around here.
How does the ride compare to November? Raced by UHC, I bet it's stiffer.
i need to move two of three cats tomorrow or thursday. he decided to keep one. i think that's mean to the cat, to separate her and leave her alone most of the week, but i'm not interested in arguing.
Hey y'all, don't forget it's FAT TUESDAY, still not too late to go out and shake a leg, especially on the left coast.
I just got back from a little shindig, good friends, good food, good drinks, bleh music . . . 3 outta 4 ain't bad.
Where else but the internet can a bunch of cyclists go and be the tough guy? - - jdonTitanium Division
I have never shared this on the forums and it may not be in regards with my parents, but went through something very similar with my Grandfather back in 2009. The week before he passed he was his normal self, he went downhill fast that final week. My uncle who lives in alaska flew in the day before he passed he was himself for those few hours after. So if you need to vent, feel more than free to pm me.
Thank you sbxx. It rides like nothing I have ever ridden. It jumps when I stomp on it. Unfortunately, I haven't taken it out on a real ride, but so far, the commuting stuff over the roads I know like the back of my hand... It's way cool. It is very stiff, and it almost reminds me of my old Schwinn, which is a great bike to ride. Except, this bike is like 8 pounds lighter.
For some odd reason, these words are unusual. I don't know why either, but in my head, they are. sbxx, that is an absolutely gorgeous Cervelo.
It was great to see him at Carter. He did well.