Thursday, October 27, 2011

Not long 'til we're outta here...

Nearly there...nearly.

A few things have been found, or perhaps re-located would be the best way to say it...take this:



The glass was given to entrants at the 2005 singlespeed worlds in State College, PA. To my mind, the best course i've ridden at a sswc, though there have been so many shining examples. The beer is local to that area: it is the last 90 minute IPA i have in the beer store. Savouring it slowly, particularly as the potent 9% will take my head off as exhaustion means i have very little beer capacity.

Lots of things are happening. I need to write up our experiences at the Mugdock round of the 'cross season. I managed to force a 16th place finish. A great race, but again, the weather had left a mud bath for riders to ride in. Persephone is fighting too - for territory. A new feline arrival is causing havoc with established areas. I'm sure it will work out, but i couldn't help but yell an internal "go girl!' as she chased off the much larger male interloper this morning.



I may also have a new role to fulfil soon. It should be fun, but is under wraps at present. Still haven't ridden a bike, but there are more pressing tasks to attend to.

What else....wordpress or typepad? or stick with this? who knows....

6 comments:

Backcountrybiking.co.uk said...

I use wordpress and find it way easier than blogger

joel said...

new site design is nice

Dean said...

Good luck with the move, you fine people.

Col said...

i've been toying with the same blog platform dilemma, decided to make the move across to Wordpress, imported the blog and the content was a mess, didn't have the energy to reformat it all so left it on blogger - not sure if this helps in any context but that was my experience!

BUCK said...

I'm particularly fond of the '05 event too.

I know nothing of blogging other than posting comments.

Where to for you and yours?? Larger pad? New town? US of A?

Hope it goes well, and If you need another 90 min I got your back.

Jay Carpenter said...

Have you tried the 120 min DFH IPA? It's to die for!