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... Packs that I knew to be highly recommended dug into my hips in weird places, and I really am on the threshold between s/m and lg/xl. So it was worth it to exert patience when choosing a pack. This was actually my first pack purchase. I've always received backpacks as pass alongs or from second-hand stores. This turned out to be an important step in being intentional about my decisions...
Tomorrow is my last day of work for seven weeks!
... t ride for the next 2 week. How will I ever ride 2600 miles for 2months.
So this yr I have started much earlier, riding home every day, at first, then both ways this past month.. 34 miles a day..(I can now do the ride home now in about 1:07). My butt no longer feels numb.. I have been doing weekend rides with wife, friends (thanks John and Charlie), and family (Justin and Dad).
I am now 165lbs, my old shorts and pants fit again, I feel strong, ...
... we passed the warning signs stating that if a monkey attacks that you shouldn’t run or scream and that you should just give it your camera, handbag, food if it is trying to grab it from you…then we were attacked, not viciously, but it did make us jump. The crafty little buggers saw some of the bananas that we had and that was it, they were tugging at our trousers, reaching into our pockets and chasing us for these tasty yellow snacks which they sought with as much ferocity ...
We spent the night in an OK room, so OK, that we decided to stay another.
Breakfast stop- Paradox Cafe. We are too much, but it was delicious!
Based on recommendations from the staff, we hiked a local hill to see the surrounding area. We got a good look at Mt. Saint Helens, and a little more stuff. The walk was probably only 1.5mi, but it was good to get out of the van for a while.
We decided to ...
... the way! I luv my clouds! Arrived in Port Angeles, WA about 90 minutes from departure. Took about 20 minutes to get off the ferry and then, about another 10-15 minutes to get to customs. The customs agent was friendly, and asked the normal questions about where we were from, how long we were in Victoria, why we were there. Then, as we were leaving, he made some comment about living in Kentucky. Of course, we said, ...