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withdrawals from riding

Posted: Fri Feb 01, 2013 5:04 pm
by hotwire
Man, I am so wanting to get to ride, can't hardly wait for good, warm weather. Haven't ridden since August, 012'. I got injured on my job 8 /22/ 12, and the nature of the injury restrains my ability to ride, so I missed a lot of wonderful weather last fall. But I am recovering well, and am hoping for the day when the old Aspencade will roll out of the garage. Nothing as good as the wind in the face of a free spirited man, who loves to enjoy God's great creation without the hindrance of a car roof. Ah, how I miss it!!! Come on, spring!!!

Re: withdrawals from riding

Posted: Fri Feb 01, 2013 6:15 pm
by Mag
I had to go to town today to shop for Superbowl....and I took the "cage".....52 degrees and BLUE SKY! NICE!! Riding weather just around the corner! Yuppa, I can tell!

Re: withdrawals from riding

Posted: Wed Feb 06, 2013 5:11 am
by redial
52 degrees and BLUE SKY! NICE!!
Now tell me that you are not in WA = Washington State - the State of perpetual rain :P

Re: withdrawals from riding

Posted: Wed Feb 06, 2013 11:26 am
by Mag
redial wrote:
52 degrees and BLUE SKY! NICE!!
Now tell me that you are not in WA = Washington State - the State of perpetual rain :P

Ok, I am not in WA (I would be lying though). I have to admit, coming from California (where when it rains, no one drives) to a state where the riding season really does not start until the rains stop (June), I do love riding up here. The skies are bluer, the clouds are more vivid white, and there is such a difference in terrain (hills, mountains, water, flat lands, etc).