The weather here in So Cal has been in the upper 70s all week, today its going to be 77 F, and its wonderful again to ride with the warm air in and sun on my face. I love riding by all the beautiful green fields and it looks like flowers are starting to come up.
Jaycee, Congratulations on being back on the bike--great that you can, and do, ride to work! Getting rid of your parking space is a wonderful way to force yourself to ride more--that shows admirable resolve. Good luck to you.
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Jaycee, I can certainly sympathize with the tonsils. I had mine out last Jan after being sick for a month. Took a good month to get back on the bike, sure missed it. Felt really good to get going again. It is supposed to stay below 32 for several days, don't think I will be getting a lot of riding in.
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April resolutions: 1) lose 4 pounds 2) finish 1 UFO 3) clean my sewing room 4) ride 200 miles
After a 1 month hiatus from bike commuting (I had a tonsillectomy and hadn't made it back on the bike until this week), I'm back biking to work! I finally cancelled my parking spot (which was a big deal since I am codependant with my car! LOL). I'm even taking the long route home today. How is everyone doing during this crappy weather and trying to bike?
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