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Old 04-20-17, 09:08 AM
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This is from yesterday's ride, along the Mississippi River trail (along the top of the NOLA levee). It was my longest ride on the Panasonic, about 45 miles, and at the turn around point I saw this on the path:





I was probably going to push on for a 50 mile ride, but I didn't want to spook the eagle. As I rode up there were about a dozen turkey buzzards, but they flew off as I approached.

The ride back was into heavy winds, and in the heat I had a partial bonk (only 1 water bottle, no snack). There is always a steady wind off the river, and on a good day it's 8-10 mph and the ride back is at 16 mph. This day it was 15+, and I rode as aerodynamically as I could to manage 13-14 mph. So I took a couple of ride breaks for more photos. There's a spot along the path in Kenner, near the airport, where they have this seemingly random statue.

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My wife and I had planned a vacation, with plane tickets and everything. We were flying to Seattle and staying on Bainbridge Island. But suddenly our old dog couldn't walk, on the day of our flight out. We stayed home and took her to the vet who treated her so she can walk again. We thought we might be euthanizing her, but she's doing pretty well now.

We spent most of the time from Wednesday through Tuesday at our weekend house upstate. I rode all three bikes!

On Saturday, I took my McLean onto the rail trail and was planning to ride the road over the big ridge. Then my neighbor said he was going to get a beer, and I realized it was a good time for some male bonding, so I met him at the cafe, and it was time well spent. Parts of the rail trail were very muddy.



On Sunday, my wife and I rode our tandem on the road and the rail trail. I found that it's a whole lot of work to ride on the rail trail, even with the 2-inch tires. I also had some moments where balancing it and preventing a fall took all I could manage.

On Monday, I rode to the food coop for groceries. My wife rode part of the way with me. The bridge in High Falls is being replaced, so the four mile ride is now an 11 mile ride.

Here is our property. We have stereo barns! You can see the little blue house behind the barn.



Then later that day, we did something we do often: we drive to the state park and meet my wife's girlfriend. They take a hike while I take a ride in the park. This is some of the most fun I have on a bike, riding the gravel carriage roads. I found out after my ride that the hill I went up (and down) is called Heart Attack Hill, and I can see two reasons. First, you can have a heart attack climbing it because it's so steep. Second, my descent speed could cause a fear-induced heart attack. My app says my max speed was only 25 mph, but given the terrain, it felt a lot faster.

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If you get to re-schedule that Seattle/Bainbridge Island trip, be sure to let Puget Sound C&V-ers know. We'd love a meet-up, and I'll bet someone has a bike or two in appropriate sizes to lend you for a ride.
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Spent another 3 hours on the Mexico today. This time, I began off the MUP and did a little loop near my place. It took in Juanita Drive - of course, the way I did it meant I climbed it! But I did okay, much better than expected; I didn't have to go to my basement 22, so that was something. I tried sitting and standing. I can feel it - I'm getting some fitness back.

But the best thing about today? Dry, sunbreaks the whole way and temps in the upper 50s. Once home I jumped right in the shower. 30 minutes later, while sitting down at the computer I chanced to glance out the window: it was raining.

Close one!

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Florence!

That is, Florence, WA.



Gorgeous messy skies and spotty rain today.

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Beautifully warm and sunny today. My wife n I rode our bikes around the tulip fields in the Skagit Valley. 1st day this year wearing shorts. It has been a long dark and wet year up until now. Man it felt so good!
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Originally Posted by northbend
Beautifully warm and sunny today. My wife n I rode our bikes around the tulip fields in the Skagit Valley. 1st day this year wearing shorts. It has been a long dark and wet year up until now. Man it felt so good!
Apr21 Skagit Tulip Ride by NBend, on Flickr
That image is so stunning, I can almost smell that field. Bravo!

What a beautiful place to ride...
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@HTupolev and @northbend great contrasting pictures of darkness and light!

The other day I rode from my house in the tiny town of Lagunitas in the North Bay to my daughter's house in San Jose in the South Bay. Much of the area in between is covered in buildings and roads but I managed to patch together a nicely scenic route that took me through 4 counties.

Marin County





San Francisco County





San Mateo County





Santa Clara County



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Same trails today, but on a different bike. I've finally got this Peugeot Versailles fully dialed-in, and it rides like a dream. I've just returned, and this was the last shot of the day:


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Got out for a short lunch ride this afternoon on the 93 Trek 950. As with those on the west side of the state it was a rough winter and already a tough spring.

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Old 04-22-17, 12:55 AM
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Here's me and my climby-est road bike (ie. it has a triple) anticipating the notorious, dreaded first leg of the Port Angeles Metric Century. I'm pausing at the foot of the Big Climb to guage the incline of this horrendous beast. Looks like about 30-35%* from here.

Be afraid, children. Be very afraid.

And yes, this is a rare springtime sighting of the indigenous Franco-American Caveman in full riding kit. Probably won't see that again. I'm sure my friends won't recognize me without the tell-tale khaki shorts.



*OK, probably more like 5 or 6%, but you won't hear that from anybody who rides it with me.
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Originally Posted by northbend
Beautifully warm and sunny today. My wife n I rode our bikes around the tulip fields in the Skagit Valley. 1st day this year wearing shorts. It has been a long dark and wet year up until now. Man it felt so good!
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Fantastic pic Nb
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A nice 68 miler today. Did the first 55 as basically a training ride, then stopped to take a picture or two when I crossed back over the river. One of them is "impressionistic" due to a sweat covered lens...
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Today qcpmsame, Ghazmh, Jim from Boston, and my sweetie/stoker and myself did a nice ride in misty and sometimes rainy weather. JFB had to bail out a bit early and the rest of us rolled on for a nice 25 mile run through the northwestern suburbs.


L to R: JfB, q, my sweetie Sharon, me (staring at my smarf watch to trigger the camera), Ghaz.

A bit of C&V (q's gorgeous Medici and our tandem) and a bit of hypermodernism (G's Soma and JfB's something that I've forgotten - duh, must be the beer). Yeah, we got a bit wet and the bikes got a bit dirty. But we had great ride and it was a real pleasure to meet everyone.
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Today I did the New England Randonneurs 200k ride. As Jim says above, it unfortunately was cold and rainy. The route had some hills, mostly in the first third, and about 7k feet of total climbing. No pics as my phone died at the first stop at the base of Mt. Wachusett in central MA. Good to get a long ride in this early in the season.
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Coldish and wet here, too. The fender bike is apart for some service and parts, so I grabbed the MTB again. Really enjoying it. Too wet to ride the local trails w/o adding some ruts, it is Earth day after all, so I took as many unpaved roads as possible to the LBS to grab a couple cheapo bottle cages for a freebie bike for a friend. Great fun.







Another angle of Stony Creek / Thimble Islands, a usual stop.

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I went out today with the intention of riding from Hillsboro out and around Hagg Lake, about 50 miles along my planned route. I am not exaggerating at all when I say that the first 20 miles were into a headwind. It's the PNW in spring so of course there was a little bit of rain thrown in for good measure.

Within the first five miles I decided that I wouldn't be able to make it all the way to Hagg Lake. Maybe a turn around at Fern Hill Wetlands would suit the way I was feeling better. But I kept going and at every opportunity to turn around and shorten the trip I stay on my planned route instead.

By the time I got to Old Highway 47 I had talked myself into seeing it through as planned, but I did stop to take this picture to document the conditions.



Eventually I made it to Scoggins Valley Road and stopped for this panoramic as an excuse to rest before ascending the hill up to the lake.



Then at the top of the hill I wanted to keep riding, of course, but I felt I needed more photo documentation.



After that I was pretty much out of the wind and so even with the rolling hills around the lake I got into it and really started to enjoy the ride. This last picture was just because I like this viewpoint so much that I really can't ride by it without stopping to take a picture. I probably have 20 pictures on my hard drive taken from this same spot.



By the time I got back to Rood Bridge Park my legs were sore, but it had been a very good ride.
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East out of Cancun

To Puerto Juarez, north to Isla Blanca, into a stiff head wind . 86 degrees and brilliant sun . The pavement ends several miles from the beach . The surface has some rather large potholes as well . About 30 miles I'd guess .
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Road and trails today, weather was perfect.










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Wow, what a great bunch of pics (as usual of course). All we did was rode the tandem 31 miles today, but since took no pics it didn't really happen.
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So, not too sure if this bike still qualifies as C&V, especially with what I've done to the drivetrain, but I had a great ride on it today. ~40 miles, and I took a bit of a break on the North shore of Lake Pontchartrain. Not the best view of the bike, but I was impressed with myself at reaching this destination and wanted more proof of the lake than the bike itself .

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Oh, heck, I'll post another photo I just happened to have also taken :
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Got out with Ms_Name for the first time in a long time today, we had a scare, she managed to wrestle it out and stay upright. Good stuff.

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Rode my Peugeot Versailles around the lakes on the Saint Paul side of the river...



















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Rode the Raleigh Super Course TT 20 miles out to Orchard Beach yesterday on a day off. I do not have much time for a long ride this week unfortunately... The recently installed fenders were great on the wet roads.

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Rode the Raleigh Super Course TT 20 miles out to Orchard Beach yesterday on a day off. I do not have much time for a long ride this week unfortunately... The recently installed fenders were great on the wet roads.
Recurring moistness has been a problem for me this spring, as well. Today we got a break and I was able to lunchtime ride an unfendered bike for about 10 miles and 1300 feet of climbing.

Made my way up Black Diamond Rd in the foothills above Port Angeles, where Hoare Rd (named after my grandpa, Joe Hoare, first settler in that section a hundred years ago) meets Alice Rd. I don't know who Alice was, but I'm guessing she was no Hoare.

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