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Dawn Is A Feeling...

Thursday, August 15, 2013

I am SO loving my cycling commutes...especially in the morning! Chilly today, high 40s...still fighting to keep my shorts as I hate cycling with pants, but have switched to long-sleeved t-shirts. It isn't long before my Kattelville Hill has warmed me up and I've got my inner radio going as I never *really* listen to music while riding...I leave that to the Future Darwin Award Winners...lol!

I'm able to tune out worries or minutia of the day and just soak up the ride and savor the peeling off of the chilly, foggy dew and the sunny blue skies that increasing make themselves known from behind the cloak of the morning.

Al Jarreau's "Mornin'" captures the feeling of good will that just flows through my ride as I wave to other cyclists I pass and offer a cheery "Mornin'" to the walkers or a friendly "comin' up on your left" to avoid startling them.

Mornin' everyone! www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzXNdLVZs3k

I changed my SparkPage background to share the morning foggy Chenango River and sun peaking through the trees along the Otsiningo Trail which is part of my ride. I'll add another pic later of the Chenango as I approach Binghamton where you can see the fog lifting over the hills.

Here is another tune that took hold later in my ride, a blast from WAY back, The Moody Blues, "Days of the Future Passed" as shared on YouTube by fellow SP member HIPPICHICK1:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=2y_9hwW1eV0

The early part of the album especially:

"Dawn is a feeling, a beautiful ceiling,
The smell of grass just makes you pass into a dream.
You're here today, no future fears,
This day will last a thousand years.
If you want it to."

Who could ask for a better way to start one's day?

Don

  
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CHANGE4FIT 8/18/2013 11:20PM

    Your writing always inspires! Love the Moody Blues-got to go see them a couple of years ago-superb.

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RECREATING_ME 8/17/2013 7:11PM

    The second paragraph of your blog post sounds like a little slice of heaven! Just putting everything aside and fully experiencing the beauty around you. Definitely a great reason to take the time to exercise in outdoors!

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WATERMELLEN 8/16/2013 8:21PM

    Oh what a lovely blog -- and wallpaper pic -- you have cycled yourself back into a good place!!

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KANOE10 8/16/2013 9:15AM

    That was a lovely song about the dawn. I am an Al Jareau fan. I walk in the early morning and am noticing that it is getting cooler.

What a great way to start the day.

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1EMMA2011 8/15/2013 6:40PM

    Love the Moody Blues!! Thank you for your beautiful thoughts & music!!

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PATRICIAAK 8/15/2013 6:18PM

    super

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_VALEO_ 8/15/2013 4:59PM

    Temps are lower in the mornings here too, we can feel that fall is on its way. I understand how you can feel while biking. What a great way to start the day!

Wow, thanks for sharing the two videos. I hadn't listened to Al Jarreau since ages... The Moody Blues' video is a gem.

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OUTDOORGIRL69 8/15/2013 12:11PM

    Don....

You are doing real good.

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_LINDA 8/15/2013 10:55AM

    Wow! Very mellow music! Looks like a gorgeous commute you have! I have never heard the first tune before, new to me. I sure enjoyed the video put together by Hippie Chick, very well done an a pleasure to listen to as well as watch!
Thanks for sharing, a bright perk to my morning!

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KESTRYLL 8/15/2013 8:57AM

    Keep up the good work!

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County Loop and Big Rides Planned!

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Perfect weather for riding today and thoroughly enjoyed looping through Broome County in the Southern Tier of upstate New York today. The only thing that could have improved the 50 mile ride would have been some company.

Whether tunneling through the tall corn fields, taking in the sight of a regal blue heron beside a pond like glass reflecting the abundant blue skies and fluffy clouds or being caught up short with the beauty of wildflowers of every hue juxtapositioned more spectacularly than any flower shop could dare to accomplish...the outdoors just endlessly rolled out all its splendor today.

My camera hardly does justice, but I did make an attempt today:



And here is a shot I took during my commute to work one morning last week. It was foggy and the trick of light coming through the trees, reflecting off the water...just caught my eye enough to bring me to a stop and attempt to capture it:



I've been trying to bump up the miles a bit as I have (hopefully) two big rides on the horizon. The first one is a bit questionable as we may not have enough signed up as we had to commit to 16 minimum. Each year our bike club organizes rentals at a hostel at Tibbett's Point in the 1,000 Island area:

www.hiusa.org/capevincent

If we succeeded in getting enough (I'm still awaiting final word) this will happen over Labor Day weekend...soon! I finally got my enhanced Driver's License so that I'll be able to join in with rides over the bridge into Canada!

The 2nd ride is REALLY big...HUGE! It has me intimidated too as I am WAY breaking out of my comfort zone...by planning on a self-supported tour...no hotels, sleeping bag & tent will be packed on my bike along with all my clothes and other necessities! But get this: the ride will be curling throughout all of Cape Cod! From a state park near Boston, through Falmouth right out to Provincetown with a ferry ride back to Boston. Here is the link and map of the ride:

ridewithgps.com/routes/2917682



I have no idea how I'll do sleeping on the ground outdoors and am nervous as all get-out over packing everything and managing, but the president of our bike club is loaning me the tent / sleeping bag and going to help me to plan on setting up my bike for the ride. No trailer, just dual rear panniers with the tent & bag rolled up on top.

What excites me, however, is the idea that I might just take to this like a duck to water: my cheapskate heart LOVES the idea of snubbing hotels and their costs but even more, my adventurous heart will be thrilled by the sense of independence of managing a self-supported tour.

However one good rain storm will pull the plug from the whole thing for me. Gulp! I just know that is how I'll react...I just HATE cycling in the rain!

I have some nervousness over managing power for my smartphone and having enough charging capabilities so that I can use it and not leave it off all the time.

Anyhow...if anyone has any tips, suggestions, I'm way open to them. Have been reading up some. Last year my failed attempt in touring at least had me riding two 60+ miles stretches with two full panniers without much difficulty, so I feel good to have at least that much experience.

Cross your fingers for me!

Don

  
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CHANGE4FIT 8/12/2013 10:30PM

    Wow, I am excited for you-makes me think of your "alive in the world" intro! You are living your dreams and inspiring us all to do the same-no limits except those we self impose.
My oldest daughter spends a lot of time hiking/camping in the Rockies-a sleeping pad might be helpful-comfort and temperature maintenance.
The pics are beautiful. Can't wait until you post about these adventures!

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4A-HEALTHY-BMI 8/12/2013 8:54PM

    My bf rode across the country from Washington State to NJ when he was in his 20s. And he still talks about it.

So you never know what that Cape Cod trip might encourage you to do next...

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P.S. For power you can investigate some GoalZero solar panels. I have a set for powering rechargeable batters for my GPS...
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I also have a hand crank charger for emergencies.

Put the phone in "airplane mode" when you're not using it and turn off the wireless internet when you aren't near any. That will conserve the batteries.

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WATERMELLEN 8/12/2013 7:23PM

    Wow! This sounds totally adventuresome. Your "lone" ride Sunday might have been more fun with company but . . .obviously you still loved it!

The Labour Day ride into Canada with friends should be just right--

Wish I had some suggestions re the possible logistical difficulties on the Cape Cod route but: I've never done anything half as cool! I think so long as you give yourself advance permission to bail if you decide it's too much . . .

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L*I*T*A* 8/12/2013 11:35AM

    fingers crossed!!!
sounds like an awesome trip....
all the best..........

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KANOE10 8/12/2013 9:58AM

    I don't have any tips but love your pictures. I am excited for your big ride into Canada.

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_VALEO_ 8/12/2013 1:38AM

    Another great and well-written blog!

I'd suggest that you contact LAUROCHKA and read her last blog, she might be able to give you some tips: http://www.sparkpeople.com/mypage_p
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She is a Scot Sparkmember who did a long bike tour... and in Scotland, I guess they know all about low temps and rain. emoticon

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PATRICIAAK 8/12/2013 1:17AM

    air mattress suggested

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NADINEL 8/12/2013 12:16AM

    Wonderful pictures. I wish you great fun on your long adventure!

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CATS_MEOW_0911 8/12/2013 12:04AM

    Cool pictures. And the Cape Cod trip sounds amazing? Would you be able to charge your phone at coffee shops or restaurants? I suppose that may not be an option in remote areas, though...

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Oxford Cross River Bliss!

Saturday, August 03, 2013

What a wonderful ride today with two other bike club members, one of them Madame President of the club, aka: TEAMAGIS

www.sparkpeople.com/mypage.asp?id=TE
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...who is going to assist in outfitting yours truly for his upcoming adventures in mid-September. Her friend, another member of the club, is going to be joining me in this adventure as well.

We got a little chuckle upon seeing this sign posted, indicating that we live in a more rural spot than I thought!



I suppose our chuckles wouldn't last long if we HAD stumbled across a bear!

In any case it was just an absolutely pitch-perfect day for a ride with just the right mix of sunshine, blue skies and poofy clouds in which to get lost in one's thoughts. I was soaking up the rolling hills and every imaginable hue of green and just, as TEAMAGIS later said "in the zone" rolling along at a relaxed, not a care in the world pace. We are all so blessed with such beautiful outdoors here in upstate New York! It has been too long a time since I can remember being so thoroughly immersed and awed by the world as I was today. Most of the other times have been while on my bike as well...just feeling at one with the world. TEAMAGIS later said, "I don't know WHAT I was thinking during that ride!" To which I said: "You weren't thinking at all. That's the point!" There was nothing we could do "wrong" on this ride. We just rode and we just were. The two roads that take one to Oxford run roughly parallel to each other, so rather than take one, we would cross the Chenango river here and there and hop onto the other road for a bit, and then cross back over to the first road.

Even near the end of the ride when I foolishly miscalculated the height of the road when veering left off the shoulder to get back on the road at an angle that wasn't sharp enough and as a result got tossed to the ground I just got back up, re-threading my chain which had fallen off and wrapped up the ride, resuming my inner soundtrack which had been a song which may seem foreign to this part of the world, but the rhythm is just propulsive enough to keep me cruising through the countryside and the light, airy nature of Celso's vocals captured the lightness of being I felt during the ride, even after gravity had its way with me! :-)

www.youtube.com/watch?v=JeH3QTHNqsM

Later we topped off the day by watching the hot air balloons lift off at the SpeidieFest.

Don

ps, late, tired, more about my big plans another day!

  
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CHANGE4FIT 8/13/2013 10:26AM

    Great blog, Don. When in the mountains this past weekend, we went to a habitat exhibit. Bears are indigenous to NC and the warning said if you encounter one-act big and bad, playing dead is a bad idea! Wave your arms and make a lot of noise or in your case pedal like a demon!!

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WATERMELLEN 8/12/2013 7:24PM

    Don't know how I missed this -- but thoroughly loved reading about it today. And as for that bear . . . here's hoping you could out pedal him if needed!!

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WOMANWITHGRIT 8/5/2013 2:16PM

    Oh wow. Great blog. Made me realize how I miss long distance bicycling and also how I miss the beauty of Upstate NY -- I lived in Syracuse for 10 years - but never bicycled then.

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RAINBOWFALLS 8/5/2013 7:44AM

    I do love our area too and so many people don't take the time to appreciate it. Riding along is a great way to become one with nature.

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GREENGENES 8/4/2013 8:40PM

    Awesome!

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PATRICIAAK 8/4/2013 10:52AM

    super

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_VALEO_ 8/4/2013 10:45AM

    The animal drawn looks like a feline to me! Hope you won't meet any (bear or bobcat! ;)) during your future rides.

I hope your fall was as smooth as the music. Thanks for sharing this samba.



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CRAVINGLIFE 8/4/2013 8:54AM

    Glad you had a great day! It was beautiful!

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CBLENS 8/4/2013 6:58AM

    what a great ride with the exception of the tumble.

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PMRUNNER 8/4/2013 5:03AM

    There was a big group ride down our way, but the weather wasn't quite as nice. It was a steady drizzle and the bikers were soaked, but most looked happy. Glad you had a good ride!

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STRIVERONE 8/4/2013 12:05AM

    Two good choices for a Saturday ride and I see you chose #3. Sounds like it was also a great one.

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Criminal Commute!

Friday, August 02, 2013

I truly didn't wake up this morning with plans to break any rules.

However while cycling my way to work on my usual commute I see a sign posted at the entrance of Otsiningo Park that all trails are closed for the SpeidieFest & Balloon Rally www.spiediefest.com/ August 2, 3 & 4th. Yeah, okay, I mutter as I sail by the sign around the gate: gotta get to work!

SO further on into the park what do I find but a padlocked gate with wire fencing wrapped around the ends of the gate so that there was no simple walkaround! By now I'm feeling a little bit of Michael Douglas' pain as he felt just trying to blast his way home in Falling Down! www.imdb.com/title/tt0106856/

I just WASN'T going to backtrack all the way up to Chenango Bridge and come down Chenango Street. I would be late for WORK!

All righty then, UP goes the bike as I hoist it over the gate and follow suit swinging my legs up and over. I'm just peeved enough to have words with someone should they start chastising me! I've ridden my bike through the park on the morning of SpeidieFest for years! The park has never been closed until today. I make my way through the park with nary a peep from anyone, including the security guard at the gate on the other end of the park. I was ready for him though! PLUS I wasn't even rewarded by one of my favorite sights: no hot air balloon launches this spectacularly sunny, blue morning with the fog quickly lifting skyward.

But it all was smoothed out by the remainder of the ride through Cheri Lindsay Park along the sprawling Chenango River and gaggles of geese lazing about squonking, feeding themselves and fertilizing the trail.

It's pretty tough to have a cycling commute that one regrets. Even last Friday's commute, for instance, when I got TWO flats only 2.5 miles from my home. My mistake was assuming that the first flat was a pinch flat resulting from not totally avoiding a pot-hole. I quickly changed the flat without checking the inside of the tire, because it was a pinch flat, right? Wrong...! Glass all over. No more tubes. What to do? I figured by the time I call home to rouse DW for a lift I could probably jog home and hop in the car without bothering her. Yes, yes, there was Kattellville Hill to climb, but hey, I've done that before, right? Whew! It was a challenge, for sure, especially hanging onto my bike with one hand and avoiding collisions between the pedal and my ankle...which I almost succeeded in doing (ouch). But after I was done I figured, hey, workout is done, I'm ready for the day! It's all good!

I have some really awesome plans in the works for special rides coming up later this summer, but more about that in my next blog. Today I have to decide on tomorrow's ride: I have registered for BikeTioga.com, a whole $15... :-) But have since learned that the 60-some mile ride starts at 7:30 a.m. And the start is around an hour's drive from home. Ugh. An alternative ride was posted by a fellow club member who is riding to Norwich for the www.chenangosummerjam.org/

This ride will be cruising right by the front of my home around 9:30 a.m. and will be around the same distance and feature free live entertainment. I think I will consider my $15 fee to BikeTioga as money donated to a good cause and high-tail it to Norwich for a later (hello SLEEP, my good buddy!) ride sharing free music with my fellow bike club members!

Make it a wonderful weekend everyone!

Fill it with boatloads of heart and SPARK!

Don

  
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HIPPICHICK1 8/13/2013 9:43AM

    Such great adventures!

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STRIVERONE 8/2/2013 9:22PM

    I can appreciate the rebellion under pressure. Years ago I drove though a movie set because I felt the commercial interests did not outweigh mine. Those security people did not turn a blind eye.

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OUTDOORGIRL69 8/2/2013 9:00PM

    Sounds like you had a very interesting ride to work. Have fun on your next ride.

Have a great weekend.

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GETSTRONGRRR 8/2/2013 7:03PM

    Sounds exciting and successful....may need to change your screen name to "Felon"

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PATRICIAAK 8/2/2013 6:54PM

    ride on

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WATERMELLEN 8/2/2013 2:52PM

    Totally appreciate your subversiveness . . . and your interpretation of the geese as "fertilizing" the trail (bet they are Canada geese) . . . and your alternate plans that let your DW sleep in . . . and yup, I'm thinking that the sleep in for yourself tomorrow is going to work out best too.

We have a long weekend here!

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HILLSLUG98239 8/2/2013 11:35AM

    I used to ride through a construction site after getting off work at 10 p.m. It was obvious the construction workers noticed the skinny-tire path through their perfectly flat gravel: they started setting up heavy movers in a way that looked like they were trying to block access. The front-loaders formed a perfect arch, so I zipped up my jersey and held my arms high overhead as I rode under them.

If they'd put up a "No Trespassing" sign, I would have back-tracked 200 feet and utilized an minor detour. I was working in law enforcement at the time. Getting a criminal citation for trespassing on my way home from work would have been embarrasing.

We have hydroplane races here, and access to the bike paths on both sides of the river is limited to paying customers only. This year, Pasco put up signs a few days ahead of time announcing the bike path would be closed. Bless them. Last year, I ran into a volunteer monitoring the bike path a good 500' before the place where I'd assumed the closure would start. I had to slow down because he had an awning covering the path, and I had to negotiate the area between his chair and the awning's legs. Otherwise, I would have whizzed by him so fast I wouldn't have heard his protestations. (There was no sign, just some kid sitting in a lawn chair.)

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RACEWELLWON 8/2/2013 10:34AM

    Wow , what a ride !! Good for you going through the locked gates !! I noticed a few trails being blocked off on the way to the Botanicals Gardens lately due to Weddings , which where never blocked before - forcing us to ride the Horse trails . Good thing I have left my mountain tires on the my bike as the trails are rough. That ride for $15.00 sounds like a great ride. Nice jog with your bike ! Wonder how calories that burned ? lol

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CELIAMINER 8/2/2013 9:45AM

    As the owner of a really nasty NON-bike commute (strong smell of decomp on the Metro this morning, for example), I had to read your entertaining blog and cheer along with you as you found a way past that padlocked gate and took care of your flat times. WooHooo!

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CHANGE4FIT 8/2/2013 9:36AM

    Glad to hear you "committed the perfect crime" and got away with it. Enjoy your day and the upcoming rides!
PJ

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MYKIDSRSWEET 8/2/2013 9:29AM

    Seems like an adventure!

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Back On The Road

Monday, July 22, 2013

Well I have to admit to allowing the heat to beat me off the streets last week...WHEW what a week!

So yesterday was such WELCOME relief when we were blessed by a cool front from Canada wringing the air out and bringing the temps down. Our bike club had a "Smell The Roses" ride planned. A shorter, slower ride from Whitney Point to Marathon. But I piggy-backed another 10 miles each way by cycling from my home to the starting point of the ride. I posted to the club that I was doing that so if anyone else wanted to join me they could.

Well what do you know but a fellow member who was formerly obese and has biked himself down to a lean machine was the only one to join me. He was one of our few club members who rode the Thater race last year and did quite well! We happen to be similar in age.

www.bcstopdwi.com/bcstopdwi/thater

So as we start out he offers to let me take the lead. Now I'm getting all kinds of nervous...am I going to be able to set a pace that's going to be in line with what this fellow's accustomed to riding? Although we've ridden together before he usually sprints WAY out ahead of me!

I'm beating those pedals along, but having a blast doing it as it has been too long since I've been on my bike and the sun & cool breeze was just heavenly! As we come up to a stretch where I just KNOW the hill will slow me down to a pace the other guy would find intolerable...so I slow down to tell him to feel free to pass me by. I expected him to be right on my tail but when I turn around, much to my surprise...

He was WAY back! He catches up with me and I tell him about passing me by if he wants and he said: "Pass you by?!? I can hardly keep UP with you!"

That was a real nice boost to my ego! Even if he DID take up my suggestion and pass me on the hill...lol.

When arriving at Whitney Point while waiting for the others he and I shared the same thoughts: we would use the ride to Whitney Point to get our "need for speed" out of our systems so we could slow down and join the others for the club's "Stop & Smell the Roses Ride."

Well, the best laid plans quickly gave way to the joy of having another rider who could match your speed and we just took off again, waiting for the others at the turns. He and I both agreed as to what a pleasure it was having another rider who could be so compatible in our riding styles! He was talking about wanting to ride a century later this summer and I asked him to keep me in mind if he wanted company and he agreed.

After the ride, DW & I had our weekly cook-a-thon and did our big batch cooking for the week ahead. I finally pulled two things together into a recipe I kind of made up as I went along and borrowed from a few recipes I saw @ SparkRecipes.com. I've been wanting to make gazpacho AND wanting to make something with kale...so I made Kale Gazpacho! Sauteed onions, mushrooms and garlic, then added the kale for a little bit just to soften it some but still be sorta crunchy too. Then added diced tomatoes, lemon juice, pepper and crushed red pepper to jazz it up...looking forward to enjoying this through my week!

Have a week filled with SPARK everyone!

Don

  
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_VALEO_ 8/2/2013 5:31AM

    Wow! What a great story and you're such a great storyteller! I'm glad to see you back on your saddle! And yes, what a nice boost it was!

I love Gazpacho! So refresing during summer!

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    It sounds like you had a great time and thankfully this heat spell has broken somewhat! I'm also glad you found a new friend and can be your riding buddy emoticon

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PATRICIAAK 7/23/2013 1:29AM

    Super.
I'm glad you're back to riding 'your way'!

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OUTDOORGIRL69 7/22/2013 7:58PM

    Don I sure wish I could have been there.

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MYLADY4 7/22/2013 7:13PM

    Jealous, just jealous.

Glad you had a great ride.

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CHANGE4FIT 7/22/2013 12:19PM

    So glad to read your blog and feel the breeze of the ride. It's still hot as a sauna here! LOL. I am not sure I would like traveling along on 2 slim wheels at 18-20mph-I have gotten up that fast, but man, that's moving when it's just you and the atmosphere! Sounds like you found a great cycling companion, too!! Your gazpacho should heavenly! Have a sparky week!!
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STRIVERONE 7/22/2013 11:23AM

    It's clear you have resolved your April concerns about anti-coagulants and cycling. I'm glad someone took you up on your offer for yesterday's ride. One of these days I will manage it too if you promise not to leave me in the dust.
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RAINBOWFALLS 7/22/2013 8:51AM

    Great job adding miles and finding a new riding buddy! Have a great week. Thankfully, the weather will be a bit cooler.

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