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Attitude Adjustment Needed

by on October 21, 2010

This Ride: 19.3 miles
Kona Distance: 4,282.5 miles
Month to date: 472.5 miles
2010 Total: 4,768.9 miles
Pace to 5,254.8 mile goal in 2010: (344.6 miles ahead of goal pace)

After Monday’s ride, I have an attitude problem. Tuesday afternoon when I got home, I “forgot” to ride. Wednesday I slept in and my day did not permit an afternoon ride. This morning I slept in again, and it was windy enough that I debated whether or not I should ride. I knew I needed an attitude adjustment, so I pulled on the kit and headed out.

It was windy.  The wind was from the northwest at about 14-25 mph.  I encountered a few sprinkles of rain.  But I put my head down and pedaled.  When I got close to the south end of the trail, it was closed.  I found out later it will be closed for a few days (except for Saturday and Sunday) as some erosion problems are fixed.  This means that our breakfast route will either have to ride “THE WALL” or take a longer route into Annapolis.  Either way, it is a more demanding ride.

I don’t have much else to say about the ride.  My attitude still isn’t adjusted.  Sometimes you just ride because that’s what cyclists do.

For some reason my graphics editing program isn’t launching, so I’ll just provide the link for the Garmin info.

 

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2 Comments
  1. We rode all the way to Boulter’s way with the 5:45 ride this morning. There’s lot’s work set up along the southern trail, though I thought it was all for the burying the new utilities.

    Where was the cutoff you hit?

    • ponderingpastor permalink

      Arnold Road/Severn Way where it crosses the trail.

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