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Wednesday, May 30, 2007

 
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tonight i biked all the way out to mph's! i thought that was going to be my goal for the end of summer, so it surprised me almost as much as it probably surprised them to find me at their door. by the time i got to woodstock/82nd, i thought, oh, it's just another 30 blocks!.

mph & al offered to drive me home, but i wanted to try it on my own first. and i'm glad i did, because the beautiful blue moon followed me all the way home. afterwards i ate half a container of chicken salad and drank half a "revive" vitaminwater.

this was one of my first "on the road" experiences. previously i had stuck to the springwater corridor trail with tiny little darts down streets. gmaps pedometer says i traveled over 10 miles (& burned 1501 calories). (as an aside, i counted 13 cats on the springwater corridor trail tonight.)

i'm still not a serious bike rider: i'm slow and often in first or second gear (on my 3-speed stella). i have a light that wraps around my roller hockey helmet from california. mph notes that i do not have a rear light and i should get one. stella is old & aging. she has double back baskets, a bell, glow-in-the-dark star stickers, and tireflys.

next goal: biking to the max at 122nd & taking it... somewhere...

Comments:
thanks for the moon pie! Did you traverse Portland all day offering up moon pies to the city? (only once in a blue moon...)
 
you're welcome, melanie! yep, i drove around delivering blue moon treats to some of my favorite studio supporters:

http://www.scarletstarstudios.com/blog/archives/2007/05/blue_moon_blessings.html
 
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