Monthly Archives: June 2007

Your Jersey is SOOOO Ugly…

When you’re riding in a paceline, you have time to think. You can ponder the big questions in life. You can think back and review how you’ve lived. You can think about changes ...

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How Susan's Doing

I’ve been trying to keep this blog as non-mopey as possible lately, figuring that acting normal is a reasonable way to start feeling normal. Lots of you continue to send cards, email and ...

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How to be Light

Many people have noticed, lately, that I am an excellent climber. Fast. Focused. Featherweight. Also, I am very, very handsome, but that is the subject for another post on another day. It is not ...

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The Great Race

Last night, my wife asked me if I was getting excited for the Tour de France. I’m sad to say that I am not. I’ll still watch it, but I’m not clearing the decks and planning my ...

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Not So Fast

Last week, I posted a story about how I had won the Sport class in the local weekly race. It was my first win ever, so I was ecstatic. How could I not be? There’s just one problem: I ...

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The Gauntlet Supreme

Last Saturday a bunch of us went on a ride. A long ride. A really long ride. Specifically, we rode the “Alpine Gauntlet Supreme” — a road loop around Mount Timpanogos, where ...

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Doing Business

A few months ago, before we knew Susan’s cancer was back, I got a bonus at work. So I bought some nice bib shorts. I mean, really nice bib shorts. This was a new experience for me. Until ...

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Story Problem

This is a one-question quiz, in the form of a story problem. It is not a trick question; you may assume that the obvious meaning of a sentence is the intended meaning. The answer to the problem ...

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