Road Cycling “It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are, while in a motor car only a high hill impresses you, and you have no such accurate remembrance of country you have driven through as you gain by riding a bicycle.” -- Ernest Hemingway

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Old 01-01-19, 06:17 PM
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I like to make stuff that I can convert into another meal later. Today sauerkraut and kielbasa in the crock pot, later with the leftovers add chicken broth, white beans and throw in some spinach at the end and you have a nice soup.


My spouse believes that sauerkraut is essential on New Year’s Day. Ours will be exhibited in a nice gulyás.
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Hi!

What’s this thread about?
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Addiction is all about class.
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Great to make it into 2019 for me and Machka. That was yesterday for those of us who are among the leaders in the world. It was windy where we are staying to a point that bike riding wasn't really that attractive to me -- so we did a 7.2km walk of the two historic farming properties where we are. Bicycling planned today with the hope I can get a decent 40km ride over part of one of our Audax courses. Wind has dropped to nothing, which is a great thing.

Thanks for the good wishes for me from various guys and gals here last year. They have meant much to me in the recovery process. Machka continues to reveal some of the stuff that went on while I was way off in La-La-Land (actually almost dead) and suffering post-traumatic amnesia for over five weeks, and then around nine-months (and ongoing) of recovery to body and brain..

Have great year, everyone.
I'm happy to see you and @Machka usher in 2019, @Rowan. Happy New Year to you two, and I look forward to your continued progress.
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Hi!

What’s this thread about?
The Year Of Datlas
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My spouse believes that sauerkraut is essential on New Year’s Day. Ours will be exhibited in a nice gulyás.
What is that?
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I'm happy to see you and @Machka usher in 2019, @Rowan. Happy New Year to you two, and I look forward to your continued progress.
Ditto.
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"It doesn't look like the possibility of the Huskies coming back in this game is very likely". Well, no. I mean, they are down by 25 points now and it's the third quarter.

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I'm happy to see you and @Machka usher in 2019, @Rowan. Happy New Year to you two, and I look forward to your continued progress.
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What is that?
Goulash.

This one is chunks of pork shoulder sautéed with onion and a little garlic, seasoned with paprika and caraway seeds, braised with sauerkraut and white wine, and gooped up with sour cream before serving over potatoes.

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@Rowan, it’s nice to have you back.
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meanie.
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I rode zero real miles inside, does that count?
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What’s this thread about?
Some sort of illness.
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Amateur bike racing is just a fun thing, as far as I know, there's no penalty for not winning.
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I'm happy to see you and @Machka usher in 2019, @Rowan. Happy New Year to you two, and I look forward to your continued progress.
ditto
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Depends
What do diapers have to do with this?
#confused
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What do diapers have to do with this?
#confused
feeding tube and catheter
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What’s this thread about?
You’re late, sauntering in here at 7:30pm. Starting the year with demerits, buster!
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Wishing you continued progress @Rowan, and Happy New Year.
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Well, matter as well say hi.
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Since when did Addiction become an Affliction?
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Since when did Addiction become an Affliction?
1/1/2019 or 1/2/2019 or 2/1/2019. Depending on your location.
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Since when did Addiction become an Affliction?
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1/1/2019 or 1/2/2019 or 2/1/2019. Depending on your location.
Blessed by The Pope?
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In addition, I have affliction addiction. Not affection.
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