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Old 04-23-15, 07:46 PM
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Ed., I'd think that since you didn't pick up on it right away the moment has passed. So it's a moot point. You have to act on these things or they don't count for much!
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@top506, great to see that your daughter came along. At least she kept the "menpeople" from becoming crass!

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Oh, moot for certain, no question. But the first question still remains. One might think Bianchigirl would render an opinion and allow me to sleep at night.

Also, and I'm not an expert on these things, but 'woperson' or 'wopeople' but never have I seen the term 'menpeople'. I believe those who instituted the terms 'woperson' and 'wopeople' (terms I first saw in [I]Competitive Cycling/I] many, many moons ago, would take exception to either 'manperson' or 'menpeople'.

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OK, I wrote a long response, and then went back to edit it a bit so as to make it even more erudite - what's the deal with editing. Not only couldn't I edit the stupid thing, it then went poof!

In short. Yes, it's moot, but I still need to know so that I can sleep at night. If only BianchiGirl would opine.

I believe that there is 'woperson' and there are 'wopeople', but most assuredly there are not 'menpeople' It's a bit redundant, I think.

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Oh, and now the original, (unedited, uncorrected) post is up. Beats me.
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OK, I wrote a long response, and then went back to edit it a bit so as to make it even more erudite - what's the deal with editing. Not only couldn't I edit the stupid thing, it then went poof!

In short. Yes, it's moot, but I still need to know so that I can sleep at night. If only BianchiGirl would opine.

I believe that there is 'woperson' and there are 'wopeople', but most assuredly there are not 'menpeople' It's a bit redundant, I think.

No, you can't have my hair, it's about all I've got!
[MENTION=368671]Ed.[/MENTION] if you want someone to comment you need to do two things:

First, learn to use the "mention" symbol or "@" immediately in front of a user name.

Second, the user name has to be spelled exactly the same as the user spelled it when he/she registered.

Thus "BianchiGirl" will not work because she registered as "Bianchigirll." Notice the difference?

So if I type [MENTION=159681]Bianchigirll[/MENTION] please comment on whether the daughter of [MENTION=43632]top506[/MENTION] was flirting with [MENTION=368671]Ed.[/MENTION] or not, when she commented "nice hair." Then Bianchigirll will receive a notification that she was mentioned in a post (as will you and Top).

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[QUOTE=pastorbobnlnh;17746851...

First, learn to use the "mention" symbol or "@" immediately in front of a user name.

Second, the user name has to be spelled exactly the same as the user spelled it when he/she registered.

Thus "BianchiGirl" will not work because she registered as "Bianchigirll." Notice the difference?

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Make sense?[/QUOTE]

OMG, I would never be so forward!

(But thank you for the lesson, I did not know about the '@' requirement.)
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It wasn't [MENTION=43632]top506[/MENTION] 's daughter! It was just a random lady on the trail, complimenting [MENTION=368671]Ed.[/MENTION] 's hair as he rode past. She was definitely flirting, and she definitely was NOT talking to me, I have no hair. So, who's showing up tomorrow?
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So, who's showing up tomorrow?
Ah, we are! Also MetroBoston BF regular sherbornpeddler. I think Dee and a friend are coming from CT.
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I've been 'volunteered'.
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Excellent, I shoulode be there sometime around 9:30 or so. Looks like the weather will not be quite as nice as last week.
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If a pedestrian woperson expresses great sadness at my absence as you ride by, please let her know that I'm still happily married, but that I very much appreciate her appreciation of my sole, remaining, quality asset.
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Originally Posted by Ed.
If a pedestrian woperson expresses great sadness at my absence as you ride by, please let her know that I'm still happily married, but that I very much appreciate her appreciation of my sole, remaining, quality asset.
"Sole!" Don't forget your wit, humor, photographic skills, and great ability to locate fabulous NOS bicycle bits from your father's and uncle's past collections! If the anonymous woperson added those to her list of needed qualities--- I'm guessing she might try to convince you to practice polygamy.
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You guys can talk about last week's Season Opener, but today we rode the 2nd Season Opener. Attendees were otg, spiker, our friend Dee and Janet, a friend of hers from CT, Sharon and myself. Scottryder also met us in Orleans and rode out to Wellfleet. It was a great day, cool, temps maybe hitting the low 50s, a steady but mild northwest wind.

L to R: myself, my sweetie Sharon, Dee, spiker, Janet, otg.


First stop, Nickerson State Forest:


Cookies, anyone?


Lunch at the Wellfleet trailhead. L to R: Dee, myself, Scott, otg, spiker.


We made a quick stop at the French bakery on Lecount Hollow Rd. L to R: Dee, Scott, otg, Sharon, spiker, myself, Janet.


Arriving at the Atlantic:


The CF twins, Dee (who runs triathlons) and Janet:


Look the ocean!


After we visited the beach Scott went off to his place on the Cape and we rode off northward along Ocean View Dr. then turned west toward Wellfleet. Very hilly terrain! At Rt 6 we decided it was prudent to turn around.

Returning home, at the Harwich Bike Rotary:


54.8 miles. A very nice day!
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Sorry I missed it, but ....well, just, but.

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Pictures came out nice Jim, I'm going to use the one from the in front of the bakery for my spring wallpaper. I saw a huge turkey on the side of Rt. 6 on the way home, then a deer grazing on the side of Rt. 195 just before I got to New Bedford. We had a truly great day yesterday, thanks to everybody involved. The short side trip out from the beach was probably the nicest road I have ever ridden on, with great, wide open views of the ocean!
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The short side trip out from the beach was probably the nicest road I have ever ridden on, with great, wide open views of the ocean!
Shore Road. Runs along the bluff over the beach North into Truro and stops at the old radar site.

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That's the one Mark. Something is in the works for a century ride before Memorial day. Out to Provincetown and back, nothing confirmed yet. Be great to see you there!
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Shore Road. Runs along the bluff over the beach North into Truro and stops at the old radar site.
Yeah, but we didn't gt that far, alas. This was Ocean View Drive running north from Lecount Beach along the ocean side. We turned west onto Cahoon Hollow Rd over to Rt 6. From there though we had no good place to go. The road across Rt 6 was a dead end. We went north on Rt 6 to the stoplight which lead to Wellfleet Center further west, but the road heading east from there was dirt. Had we continued up Ocean View and turned on Long Pond Rd instead we might have had an easier run! I just misremembered what the best route west would have been. In any case it was a nice extension.

One problem with the route we took and which I should have mentioned in the earlier post was that spiker showed up unanticipated with a fixed-gear bike! Those steep pitches on C.H.Rd were probably pretty tough though he got up them just fine. We were working the granny ring on the tandem for some of them. Sharon and I had previously discussed doing a run like that and the rest of the group was up for a challenge but I had no idea what that road was like. If I'd known he was coming on an f-g I would have done more topo-map research on the route.
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Originally Posted by pastorbobnlnh
@Ed. if you want someone to comment you need to do two things:

First, learn to use the "mention" symbol or "@" immediately in front of a user name.

Second, the user name has to be spelled exactly the same as the user spelled it when he/she registered.

Thus "BianchiGirl" will not work because she registered as "Bianchigirll." Notice the difference?

So if I type @Bianchigirll please comment on whether the daughter of @top506 was flirting with @Ed. or not, when she commented "nice hair." Then Bianchigirll will receive a notification that she was mentioned in a post (as will you and Top).

Make sense?

WOW this was confusing when I read it on my idiot phone. I thought it was a quote but I couldn't figure out what was being quoted!!
[MENTION=368671]Ed.[/MENTION] what are you pining for me to opine on?
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
WOW this was confusing when I read it on my idiot phone. I thought it was a quote but I couldn't figure out what was being quoted!!
[MENTION=368671]Ed.[/MENTION] what are you pining for me to opine on?
Bianchigirll, apparently [MENTION=368671]Ed.[/MENTION] was curious about the comment from a woman who they met up with on the ride. She told him he had "nice hair." Ed wants your guidance as to whether this was flirting or not.

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Yeah, but we didn't gt that far, alas. This was Ocean View Drive running north from Lecount Beach along the ocean side. We turned west onto Cahoon Hollow Rd over to Rt 6. From there though we had no good place to go. The road across Rt 6 was a dead end. We went north on Rt 6 to the stoplight which lead to Wellfleet Center further west, but the road heading east from there was dirt. Had we continued up Ocean View and turned on Long Pond Rd instead we might have had an easier run! I just misremembered what the best route west would have been. In any case it was a nice extension.

One problem with the route we took and which I should have mentioned in the earlier post was that spiker showed up unanticipated with a fixed-gear bike! Those steep pitches on C.H.Rd were probably pretty tough though he got up them just fine. We were working the granny ring on the tandem for some of them. Sharon and I had previously discussed doing a run like that and the rest of the group was up for a challenge but I had no idea what that road was like. If I'd known he was coming on an f-g I would have done more topo-map research on the route.
Jim, sounds like the temporary freewheel worked out well.
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Bianchigirll, apparently @Ed. was curious about the comment from a woman who they met up with on the ride. She told him he had "nice hair." Ed wants your guidance as to whether this was flirting or not.


Jim, sounds like the temporary freewheel worked out well.
Ed? Which one was Ed the one with the huge mane of wild wooly grey hair? I don't like to get mixed up in these kinds of things so I would like to decline comment.
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Not much to add other than it was great to see everyone yesterday. My ride was short because of a brush pile awaiting me to burn at my cottage. That and a cold beer. I waited for everyone in Orleans, they blew thru town like a hurricane offshore. Off I went to try and catch up .. wow, they were moving!

Here's a few photos.

Team leaders Jim and Sharon:



Lovely Dee and Janet from another angle:



Another tandem showed up:



The whole group, me in the front. Taken by another cyclist who knew how to get the horizon straight:



The link to the French Bakery, it's a real local treasure for the Cape, especially cyclists. Very bike friendly, as the French always are.

PB Boulangerie Bistro ? Wellfleet Massachusetts ? Cape Cod | PB Boulangerie Bistro located in Welfleet Massachusetts on beautiful Cape Cod is a french bakery and restaurant offering authentic French cuisine.

And the difference a day makes, brrrrrrrrr. Singing Beach in Manchester by the Sea today.



I'm looking forwards to the fall ride already!

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Ed? Which one was Ed the one with the huge mane of wild wooly grey hair? I don't like to get mixed up in these kinds of things so I would like to decline comment.
Funny, this weekend SWIMPAL volunteered us at her school. A woperson there, and I quote, "Oh, I love your hair!" So I introduced myself, noting my dear wife was on the faculty, and asked for clarification in an attempt to understand exactly what was intended by the remark. Then she quoted you! "I would like to decline to comment."

So, virtually the same comment, from two different wopersons, and I'm still in the dark... But Grey???? Really???? Now I am truly crushed.
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Yeah, but we didn't gt that far, alas. This was Ocean View Drive running north from Lecount Beach along the ocean side. We turned west onto Cahoon Hollow Rd over to Rt 6. From there though we had no good place to go. The road across Rt 6 was a dead end. We went north on Rt 6 to the stoplight which lead to Wellfleet Center further west, but the road heading east from there was dirt. Had we continued up Ocean View and turned on Long Pond Rd
It's been years, but I think Long Pond RD bridges over RT 6 down into Wellfleet. The classic Stalionstall (sic) bike route turns North from there through back roads into Truro until it hits RT 6A, which parallels 6 along the bay side into P-town. Might be a nice all-day ride, with an earlier start and lunch at the Surf Club at the base on MacMillian wharf. Given a three week heads-up and I'm in.

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...The classic Stalionstall (sic) bike route turns North from there through back roads into Truro until it hits RT 6A, which parallels 6 along the bay side into P-town. Might be a nice all-day ride, with an earlier start and lunch at the Surf Club at the base on MacMillian wharf. Given a three week heads-up and I'm in.
That is exactly a route I've been looking at after tracking out the Saltonstall from online sites. We're thinking of that as a possible century route, or as a two-day run out to P-town, stay somewhere in P-town, return the next day. After yesterday's fatigue-fest we're second-guessing our readiness for a century before Memorial Day, hence the two-day idea. I'll keep you posted!

Addendum: A quick online search shows that there ain't no such animal as a room in P-town. Everything is booked up in perpetuity (or until the Boston Olympics, which ever comes first), and for high prices too. Shoulda' figured that.

A long one-day run up the Cape is still on the table however.

We did a "recovery ride" today, 24.8 miles locally.

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