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Originally Posted by rumrunn6 View Post
this seems like an ideal or perfect reason for doing so. but can you add: why you bike at all?
'cause.

At the last location we were working from, 5 mi each way, I could tell people it was to save money. Now it's not so clear. 20 mi drive vs 27 mi drive not saving so much. And when you include the time out the door, ~5:15 AM to 7ish PM...

Let's just admit I ride because it's fun. I'm single, so no wife to worry about. And I need the exercise to stay reasonable healthy and fit.

The longish days are a problem. Trying to treat this as an adventure. Possibly I could move to a closer job. But I've been with my current org since 91. They're like family and it's hard to think about leaving. I can retire in 2-3 yrs.
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