Monthly Archives: September 2014

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Head Wind

I think we can all agree that today’s wind blew, it was a real head wind. It started off as a beautiful morning. We also started 45 minutes later than we wanted. I have quite a number of bug bites that have been driving me nuts. I’m sure the other campers sherpa and non can…

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Pitching a Tent

I wasn’t expecting what happened today. I didn’t really know what to expect, actually. I could only use my suitcase to pack my sleeping bag, pillow, towel, and the few clothes I had. I told Jared I felt weird carrying a huge suitcase. I figured someone would think I was high maintenance. Jared told me…

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Essentials for a Century

This past weekend I participated in an all-women’s century ride and here are some essentials for an enjoyable ride: 1. Padded shorts and chamois cream Before I became really serious about cycling, I wore regular gym clothes on my bike rides. As the miles grew longer, the chafing grew stronger. My friend suggested — no,…

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