Tag Archives: fall

Biking and Bad Lawns

I’m keeping it short today. First a recycled post: It’s fall and the bike path (my rolling home-away-from-home) has changed its character. Please read this four-year-old post for my musings on the topic. It’s every bit as applicable today. Now … Continue reading

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Endless winter

March came in like a lion, alright, but it shows no sign of going out in a lamb-like fashion.  In fact, it’s been a virtual velociraptor from where I’m sitting – an all-consuming, voracious beast leaving nothing behind but mounds … Continue reading

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Biking year winds down

The end of the biking year is almost upon us.  Last year, my last bike ride was in early November, but one never knows when the end will come.  There could be (God forbid) an early snow.  The Alberta Clipper … Continue reading

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Autumn on the bike path

[I was going to call this post “Fall on the bike path” but that would invite a catastrophe that I’m not interested in tempting… or repeating.] Fall is a two-edged sword.  Yes, there is the the spectacular foliage.  Yes, the … Continue reading

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