I just read this article in today's Times about a bizarre prison program in France that involves cycling. While the article doesn't mention it, are we supposed to equate cycling with punishment or is it a reward for good behavior. The article explains that the French believe that cycling will help reintegrate the prisoners into society. Things must be different in France, because cyclists pretty much feel like outcasts here.
Also, I made it down to Keeney Cove in Glastonbury finally yesterday. I was on an attempted mission over there once before, but a persistent flat tire scattered the plans of the intrepid. There's a trail, mud and some farm fields. It's pretty cool, though very buggy. I also hit a branch with my right eye, but didn't get a black eye. Here are the pictures: