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    This made me smile to read. Great inspiration!...

    This made me smile to read. Great inspiration! Thanks for sharing!

    Dagmar
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    Will do. Thanks for the advice. Dagmar

    Will do. Thanks for the advice.

    Dagmar
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    I love museums. I find that they're a great place...

    I love museums. I find that they're a great place to start (for me) to get a historical context for the country I am in. It was in Helisinki that I learned to start with the "national museum" and...
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    How quickly things change, huh? My father and I...

    How quickly things change, huh? My father and I are going to work on my summer bike tomorrow and hopefully I can bring it home for next week or the week after, when it all melts. ;)

    Thanks for the...
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    Thanks for the welcome, Juha! I had a lovely,...

    Thanks for the welcome, Juha! I had a lovely, 2-day holiday in Helsinki a few years ago. What a neat city! I visited National Museum, City Museum, Street Museum, Tram Museum, Postal Museum, Stone...
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    Wipekitty: You're not kidding! I've never...

    Wipekitty:

    You're not kidding! I've never experienced an endorphin high before and it was really lovely! I tend to have a dark cloud hovering over my head at all times, and it was like someone...
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    Chris: Yes, I am changing when I get to work,...

    Chris:

    Yes, I am changing when I get to work, and then changing back into a slightly slimy shirt to ride home. Yuck. I am going to bring two shirts with me next time, but even so, getting a flat...
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    LOL Cute! Tell him to stay safe when crossing...

    LOL Cute! Tell him to stay safe when crossing roads. :)
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    My second day of bike commuting 7.5/8 miles was...

    My second day of bike commuting 7.5/8 miles was the day after the storm (today). It was great!

    I don't know much about the bike. Mountain bike maybe? Hybrid? Tires are hybrid. I just floated my...
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    Thanks. :)

    Thanks. :)
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    Rainlegs and Sea to Summit Hydraulic Dry Sack...

    Rainlegs and Sea to Summit Hydraulic Dry Sack with heavy duty lash loops. I am ready for winter commuting and summer touring.
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    Nope. The risk of falling out is more of a thing...

    Nope. The risk of falling out is more of a thing in spreader-bar hammocks or hammocks that are hung really tight. I have a nice, open-weave string hammock that I attach with a nice, low, loose hang....
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    Hi, lasauge. Yes, I have some leftover winter...

    Hi, lasauge.

    Yes, I have some leftover winter gear (I haven't skied or snowboarded in over ten years) that is coming in handy. The most helpful item are my goggles, which fit over my glasses. I...
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    Thanks! Another great ride home in the snow. It...

    Thanks! Another great ride home in the snow. It suits me!

    Be well,
    Dagmar
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    First Day Commuting in Snow

    Today was my first day commuting into work in snow (second day commuting into work!). Commute is 7.5-8 miles, New England flat. Exhilarating! The bike I'm using has fenders, but is otherwise...
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    I switched to a hammock about a month ago. My...

    I switched to a hammock about a month ago. My back pain is gone! I sleep soundly! It is miraculous, the change in my well-being. As a bonus, I can thoroughly wash my bed whenever I want. Highly...
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    Ice Bike Commuter

    Hi!

    I am a cradle New Englander whose daddy put her on a steel-framed bike when she was a wee one. My first summer rides were gauged in distance by how many dead possums I could reach before...
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