I can’t believe it’s November already.
Saturday night, I had my best bike ride since returning home. I rode to Tequila Cowboy on Polaris to meet my brother for Halloween. I was dressed as a commuter cyclist complete with blinking red light. It started to rain on the way there and by the time I left, it was coming down pretty hard. I thought it would be cold and miserable, but with the extra layers I had to go slow because I was hot. No cars at all, I was singing in the rain for 10 miles, and soaked by the time I was home. It was awesome.
79 miles on the bike to 59 miles in the truck last week, marking the 4th week in a row that I’ve biked more than driven. The truck is still in the lead, however, 1171-1215. Closing!
Answer to last week’s trivia: the north pole is an ocean that happens to be frozen. The south pole is a continent of land covered with ice. Also, no penguins at the north pole!
This week’s quiz question: World War One ace and Medal of Honor recipient Eddie Rickenbacker was adrift at sea for 24 days during World War Two. He was 52 years old. What was his mission when he went down?