Friday, June 27, 2008

Well it's crunch time.

I am moving my workbench and tools on Sunday and the rest on Tuesday (hopefully...). I have been organizing, shredding, trashing and packing for the past 3 weeks getting ready. I'll post some pics when I get there. The move is not geographically huge (Leucadia to Cardiff) but, I have been in the sam house for over 5 years now. It's time.

I ran a bunch of errands today. I heard there might be a Red Mango opening up next to Seaside Market. I drove past and it was Open! Since I am on my "nutrition adjustment" desserts have been scarce. The yogurt at Red Mango is awesome. It's really low in calories, no fat and has some protein plus you can add toppings. My favorites are cranberries, almonds and cocoa puffs. Try it out.

Monday, June 16, 2008

The Tour Divide Race

My friend Mary (Siren Bicycles Co-Owner) is racing the Tour Divide this year. She is the only woman competing and is doing awesome. Checkout her blog for pictures and stories. She is using a SPOT satellite tracker you can actually see her progress and follow her. You can also see the leaderboard here.

Thursday, June 05, 2008

Blurry I know.....

From this photo (taken in 1977 mind you) my posture and abnormally unbalanced body shape is still there. Yikes. heck with that, check out my afro.

I had a long week. I am glad I have tomorrow off.

Music playing:

Last bike in the stand:

Sunday, June 01, 2008

I am going to make a bold statement...

After watching the Giro on tv or reading the live coverage on cyclingnews, I am not looking forward to the TdF. The Giro had some great stages. There weren't many if any scandals. No reports of doping, etc. The TdF has become a farce, a soap opera if you will. Don't get me wrong I'll check the reports every once and awhile but, I think I am over it.

Anyone else getting that sour taste in your mouth? It's garlic covered frites.