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Ireland Part 3: Best Ride Day. No, Really!
Thanks for your patience with Parts 1 and 2. At last, I’m done philosophizing and ready to jump into the actual cycling aspect of the, um, cycling tour. Here I am with fellow cyclist Julia and our wonderful Ciclismo Classico … Continue reading
Ireland Part 2: Greetings!
Last time, I wrote about our cycling tour in Ireland, and how a guy with a guitar and a cute dog helped me adapt to the metric system that’s used there. I’ll get to that whole “bicycle” and “tour” thing … Continue reading
Ireland Part 1: “Learn the Dance”
Last week, Brent and I enjoyed a fully-supported Ciclismo Classico bicycle tour in Ireland, more or less along the southwest coast. COVID restrictions in Ireland had lifted just in time for us to make the journey. I have a handful … Continue reading
Posted in Thoughts on Two Wheels Tagged bicycling, cycling, dance, Ireland, Irish jig, Jan C Johnson, Janice C Johnson, math, music, overthink, tourism, travel 7 Comments
Birthday FAIL: or, Why My Husband’s Bicycle Has a Preposterous Name
He already has so many bicycles I can’t keep track of them. What’s one more? That’s what I thought last summer, when Brent showed me an ad for a custom, retro-style Bianchi road bike. His newest bike is also a … Continue reading
Posted in Everybody Has a Story, Thoughts on Two Wheels Tagged Bianchi, bicycle, bike, birthday, ecommerce, fruit, gifts, humor, Ireland, Janice C Johnson, marriage, online ordering, peaches 2 Comments