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Taking advantage of the Sunny warmer day with Motorcycle Ride

Sunday, February 03, 2013

Today started out Sunny and a little warmer than the last few days. We went to Sunday School and Church and after that it was warmer still, up to the 50's.

We had an ABATE (motorcycle) meeting at 3pm. It was up to 60 so we decided we would take the CanAm. We only had a 10 mile ride to get there. The sun was bright and it was so much warmer than our New Year's day ride. By the time the meeting was over the sun was going down some but decided since we were out we would go to the hospital which is the opposite direction from home from where we left to go to had meeting.

I needed to turn in some call hours before pay period ended. I am about 95% retired but do cover some Ultrasound call. After that it was no longer in the 60's and getting cooler.

My husband's children all live in Washington state and they don't understand how he is adapting to Arkansas weather, espically the winters. How quickly we can have a temperature change from day to day of 20-40+ or minus degrees or that much in one day alone from morning to night.
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    Sunshine is awesome!
    We have a trike, and like you when the sun is out and anywhere near 60 degrees, we take full advantage of it.
    Enjoy the ride!
    1846 days ago
    yep temps and weather here can really change quickly.
    1847 days ago
    So glad you took advantage of the nice day. It is
    hard to imagine temperature swings unless you
    are living with them. But DH seems to have made
    the adjustment just fine.
    1847 days ago
    I didn't know about Spyderfest. We sort of alreally have too much planned.
    1847 days ago
    Very cool! So glad you could get out for a ride.

    I just posted a blog about my ride with Bad Leroy Brown.

    Are you going to Spyderfest in Cuba, MO?

    1847 days ago
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