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sore but good

Friday, March 22, 2013

Yesterday my husband was off of work. We went for a bike ride What started as an easy four mile ride ended up being a 14 mile ride. We ride a local bike path. I did fine until about 6 miles in. At that point it was.easier to keep going toward the rather than head back home. I love running however my husband.prefers biking. Yhis was his day. I enjoyed it.except.for.some.soreness from my seat. Thanks to a sale at a local bikr shop I am now.better prepared when we do this again. Other than saddle soreness I am actually feeling really good and.looking forwars to hittinf the gym and.running on the treadmill later. Using the treadmill so I can pace myself and not.over do it.
Please forgive all the periods and mispellings as I am typing this on my phone rather than my computer.
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    Wow! So glad you got such a good bike ride in and time with hubby, too! I am hoping to get a bike for mother's day this year. I can't even imagine going 14 miles at this point, but you are inspiring!
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    1825 days ago
    i love that you work out together awesome ride
    1825 days ago
    Keep up the great work you are doing! I hope it was a scenic ride too and enjoy your new seat. Chelsea emoticon
    1825 days ago
  • SUNSHINE99999
    a bike ride with your spouse is always a good idea. emoticon
    1826 days ago
    Same thing happened to us this summer - our 5-miler turned into a 25-miler. Soreness aside, it was enjoyable. In fact, we decided to bike every mile of every street in our small city. The project lasted from May thru October. We had a great time, and got to know our city better than before. Not sure where you live, but maybe it's something you could do. You can probably get a map from your Public Works department.
    1826 days ago
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