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adiantum

2020 Morning FBG readings

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adiantum

7.1 and the stress has gone.. the car passed the roadworthy certificate inspection. Theyre really thorough on old cars & this one  is 25yr old.

I was worried it wouldnt pass & I'd have to buy a new car. The priority is ....one low enough  for me to lift the fat boy with short legs  in. 

He can get out OK &  really fast when we arrive at the park, but needs to be lifted in & on the seat.

 

 

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FunDad62

81

 

Had a company phone call yesterday and were told it will be at least September before they even think about anyone returning to the office.

 

Fine with me.  ☺️

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adiantum

6.6

FunDad, I'm glad your enjoying working from home, its an insight into the life of retirement.

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FunDad62

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@adiantum - It really is. Just yesterday I was thinking, so what if I were retired and home every day like this?  How would I spend my days?  I've yet to travel outside of my country and got my first passport last year.  I was hoping to have started visiting other countries this year.  Then corona came and got us.

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meyery2k

99 today.

 

Finally the coffee is kicking in.  

 

Joined up with group after a 25 km warm up ride.  With the group, rode about another 25 km.  It was hot and humid so most of the gang went back.  Simon, a couple other riders, and I went another 15 or 20 km to Pahoa.  Then the other riders were done and headed back.  Simon asked me what I was going to do.  I replied let's go where Simon says (ha ha).  We went down to Kalapana.  On the downhill stretch I managed to top out at 61 km/h.  When we turned around to head out, we discovered why.  We had a great tailwind that turned into a mean headwind as we trudged up 305m (1000') in 5 miles in hot and humid weather.  When we got back home I was close to 100 miles (about 15 to go).  Simon was done and wanted to go home and eat ice cream.  I stopped at Starbucks and guzzled a trenta iced coffee and had some bacon and cheese egg bites for lunch.  The caffeine and energy from the food kicked in and I easily finished out to a little over 100 miles in a little over 7 hours).  My daughter came over later to bake for friends so I threw together some Hispanic inspired chicken thing.

 

My buddy in Pahoa knows how to stay safe...

 

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adiantum

7.2 

C orona has Australians exploring  local landscapes & whale watching is giving  greatests thrills.

 

Mike.... WOW !!!

 

Hammer, Ive bought a ramp but the incline is steep so he wont use it.

I bought him stairs but the tread is too narrow for the riser.

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ran23

last week she bought a cauliflower pizza for our Sunday lunch (sometimes special stuff).   Too bad BG145, it was cauliflower  rice pizza.  took a walk to bring it down to 95.   fun times. 

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