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Old 06-14-17, 12:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Lascauxcaveman
@rhm, you're really putting in some Hard Man miles, or rather kms. Is there a P-B-P in your future?
Unlikely! I'm pretty averse to flying, though I used to really love it when i was younger and less aware of the environmental costs. If I'm going to spend PBP-level money you are much likely to find me passing through Port Angeles WA than Paris.
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Originally Posted by rhm
If I'm going to spend PBP-level money you are much likely to find me passing through Port Angeles WA than Paris.
I would join you in Port Angeles.
....but not on the entire length of your longets.




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I went out for another ride from SF to Mt. Tamalpais very similar to the one I did on Tuesday. Again, I was pressed for time and only had a few hours from the time I dropped off my wife to when I had to pick her up again. I had hoped to make it to the summit, but had to turn around just past the ranger station, a few miles from the peak in order to make it back in time. One day I'll give myself enough time to get to the top.

Mt. Tam in the distance:



Ranger Station on the ascent:


View of SF & Alcatraz from the north:



Coming back across the GG Bridge (it's windy on the bridge, hence the angle of the bars):


A quick diversion through the Presidio, a former military post and now a U.S. National Park:




And a stop by the lovely Palace of Fine Arts, constructed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition.
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More great pics!

I got.no new pics, just words, and they have all been used before, alas. Needed car work done so threw the Tommasinii in the back, drove to the service location, the opposite direction ftom work. Left the car, rode to work. Latrr reversed it all. So today's commute was more like 45 miles.

I do like the Tommasini!
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Originally Posted by Wildwood
I would join you in Port Angeles.
....but not on the entire length of your longets.




I found a box full of glass slides and one picture was of a Ferry like that in SF bay.
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Found this pic of a 'Streamlined Ferry'.
The original is a Port Angeles mural near the Ferry Landing downtown (bike is mine).
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It's not a bike trip, but a trip with my bike to get my latest Rollfast Beryl painted.

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Thanks @gaucho777 Those are some nice pics!
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Last night's mountain bike ride. If you look closely, you can see some of the Pioneer mountains in the background of the Pano.



The lupine, and now the phlox and some wild sweet pea, and some other wildflowers I don't know, are going off!


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I rode the June PA Randonneurs 200K on Sunday and had the chance to hang out with @rhm for a while as he completed the last 200K of his impressive 600K ordeal. I rode my Fuji Ace retro-roadie. The scenery was beautiful in many parts with some nice climbing and rolling hills. The weather was perfect until about 10AM then the heat really set in. 94ish and humid was the what we had during the peak hours of the day so the 2L hydration pack and 2 other water bottles were a complete necessity. It was still a great day for getting on a bike among some truly dedicated cyclists. I am already looking forward to the next organized ride.

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Old 06-16-17, 09:30 AM
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That was a hot day! The whole first half of the ride we were going west, almost straight into a pretty stiff wind, which didn't make it easy. But that wasn't all bad; drink enough water, and the wind cooled you off really well. After we turned around and had a tailwind, it was a lot easier pedaling, but a lot hotter.
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Thank you all for the great pictures! You inspire me to ride. @gaucho777 it appears you and I were riding in the same area yesterday but in opposite directions!

I took my semi-annual ride into The Big City yesterday, an all-day outing that combines a good-sized bike ride with a ferry boat ride and a chance to play tourist.
My destination as seen from Marin at 10am on a beautiful warm morning.



My fellow tourists were out in droves on the Golden Gate Bridge. Sorry, no photos of that overly-photographed landmark but Gaucho777 covered that territory admirably in one of his recent posts. My first stop in San Francisco was at one of the city's many museums, The Palace of Legion of Honor, to admire the Di Suvero Sculpture.




Not many folks on the beach: This weekend will be a very different scene.




Windmills in San Francisco?




The show-off-your-bike shot, at the base of the windmill.




A better-known San Francisco landmark.




C&V sail boat and ferry boat on the bay.


Finally my return to Marin on a crowded ferry boat. You will be happy to know that Little Jimmy's mother was successful in keeping him from falling over the railing.



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Old 06-16-17, 10:59 AM
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Originally Posted by Wildwood
Found this pic of a 'Streamlined Ferry'.
The original is a Port Angeles mural near the Ferry Landing downtown (bike is mine).
For the whole story, see Wikipedia. Spoiler alert: no happy ending.

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i had a chance to tour that ferry, the Kalakala, when there was hope of turning it into a restaurant. It was apparently pretty lushly decorated BITD. One my late father-in-law's slides from the 1962 Seattle World's Fair, taken from the then-new Space Needle, includes the Kalakala in service heading up Puget Sound.
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Originally Posted by rhm
For the whole story, see Wikipedia. Spoiler alert: no happy ending.
Yep, the one and only Kalakala. She was never a great vessel; being slow and noisy, with terrible seagoing manners. But she sure looked good doing it. The wikipedia entry is only a brief summary, but there was QUITE a story on all the restoration efforts and fortunes sunk (literally) after that crazy artist fellow pulled her out of a muddy riverbank in Alaska. It gave the people in the ports of Port Angeles, Tacoma, Seattle and even Neah Bay something to talk about as the Kalakala was successively first welcomed, and then forcibly ejected from each berth, leaving a trail of unrecoverable debt in her rusty wake.
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Alas, we stray from the topic at hand!

Perhaps it's a reminder of the relative sanity of our hobby, though, that any of us can get a bike from the 1930's and restore it and ride it and won't be really any different from a new one, just heavier and less expensive; restoring a car of that age takes real dedication and a lot more money; and to restore a ship of that age, or even to maintain one, is another world entirely.

The ocean liner United States is moored by the Ikea in South Philadelphia, magnificent in her decay, and there is talk of restoring her. It could be done. I hope it will. But I pity the fool...
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Originally Posted by Lascauxcaveman
Yep, the one and only Kalakala. She was never a great vessel; being slow and noisy, with terrible seagoing manners. But she sure looked good doing it. The wikipedia entry is only a brief summary, but there was QUITE a story on all the restoration efforts and fortunes sunk (literally) after that crazy artist fellow pulled her out of a muddy riverbank in Alaska. It gave the people in the ports of Port Angeles, Tacoma, Seattle and even Neah Bay something to talk about as the Kalakala was successively first welcomed, and then forcibly ejected from each berth, leaving a trail of unrecoverable debt in her rusty wake.
Yeah, I never was a fan of that ferry, even as a kid. It looked to me like it was going to take on water and sink at any moment. I liked what I was more accustomed to on the Pt. Defiance to Vashon run, and the Evergreen class ferries such as the Klahowya.
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Well, I did ride today, my usual commute. The weather reports for the afternoon weren't looking great but they predicted only .24". I think it must have ended up more like 2.4". So I rode the Bianchi, had a nice ride in this morning. The ride home was, shall we say, wet. I left the office 40 minutes earlier than typical because ankyuwhether dot com said I had an hour before the heavy stuff started. It started raining about two minutes out the door. The heavy stuff started five minutes later. So the ride home became an adventure. But what the heck, once you get wet you can't get wet again without drying out, and that wasn't going to happen on this ride. I've been colder (like x-c skiing at -10F in 30mph wind) but I've rarely been wetter. I will say this, Dill Pickle handlebar bags are the cat's meow. When I got home everything in it was dry as a bone.

In a few spots I rode through 3" deep rivulets. Cars were throwing water 20ft out from the road, and in those places I just stopped riding and walked the bike on the sidewalk. About a mile from home I took a fall, got caught by a 1" curb hidden by water. It's an intersection I've ridden through hundreds of times. Fortunately I wasn't going very fast. Even so, when the bike decides to put you down it happens in the blink of an eye. Neither the bike nor I was hurt, 'cept for a slightly tight hamstring.

Ah, I almost forgot, a pic when I got home:
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Filled the water bottle with maxwell house instant coffee(black n strong) and took out the wall hanger pug out for morning spin.
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Isn't it funny how a little heat (90 degrees) and wind (25 mile gusts) can make 25 miles feel like 500? lol

Out of curiosity, how much do you guys stop and rest on rides (if at all)?
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Originally Posted by MikeinBuffalo
Isn't it funny how a little heat (90 degrees) and wind (25 mile gusts) can make 25 miles feel like 500? lol

Out of curiosity, how much do you guys stop and rest on rides (if at all)?
Ha ha - for me, it's the opposite: I only seem well-oiled and ready for the road in weather that's at least upper-70s. I guess it's because I spent most of my Navy career in hot/tropical climes (and did a lot of growing up in AZ to boot).

I rest much less than I used to. Too long and stiffness sets in. Best to keep this old body constantly moving

Jim, I'm glad you suffered nothing worse than a tight hammy in your crash. And of course the bike made it out alive, too!

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Filled the water bottle with maxwell house instant coffee(black n strong) and took out the wall hanger pug out for morning spin.
Well, then it isn't a wall-hanger, is it? Better to ride it than stare at it!

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Out of curiosity, how much do you guys stop and rest on rides (if at all)?
It depends on the expected ride duration. If I'm going to be out more than, say, 4 hours I'll stop and eat something every hour or so. Come to think of it, I tend to east something every hour or so even on shorter rides. Though I'll often ride for two hours before the first stop. A snack stop may be for just 10 or 15 minutes but a "lunch/picnic" stop, especially when my sweetie and I are on the tandem, is almost always 45 minutes on the nose. Can't seem to eat and enjoy a picnic any faster, wouldn't want to!

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Jim, I'm glad you suffered nothing worse than a tight hammy in your crash. And of course the bike made it out alive, too!
Thanks. The hammy is fine today but it appears I may have cracked a bone in the ring finger of my left hand, which is a bummer because our July performance schedule is going to be busy! But maybe not, maybe it's just a sprained or bruised joint. It's odd too because I fell to the right, don't think I hit anything with my left hand.

Today I took the Motobecane out for 61 miles, a sort of test after repacking the headset with loose balls. The bike came through just fine, and I did too more or less. For a 43 y.o. bike with 2x5 gearing it flies along very nicely and handles like a charm. 23mm Veloflex sew-ups sure like to roll.

After suffering a sew-up flat commuting earlier in the week I had prep'ed one older tire and one new one, and replaced the recently installed, flat-inspired spare on the rear with the new one. For a thrown-on spare with old glue on both the tire and rim it was attached impressively well. Of course carrying two spares insured that I would need neither.

Bedford had some sort of thingy going on. I asked a policeman what was up and he said it was a kids' bike race, something I recall seeing in previous years too. Future environmentally-conscious TdF winners, I am sure!


I made one stop at the Battlefield Park HQ just for the photo op.


A few moments later while eating a snack (see earlier paragraph), I noticed the result of riding the day after torrential rains. I have some clean-up to do.


Finally, the bike at rest back at home, a NON-DS shot just to be rebellious.


I do love this bike. It was a lucky find that turned out to be spectacular. @Prowler called it dangerous. That's because he rode it once and if he ever does again he'll feel compelled to buy a French bike! I should revive the modified mileage concept. Miles plus age of the bike plus age of the rider - 172! Shucks, let's divide it by the number of sprockets on the rear cuz' this is a 5-speed - 34.4!
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