Saturday, December 4, 2010


It can be discouraging to ride this time of year. It's dark a lot and it's starting to get cold. There are also scary signs going up, but you shouldn't worry about that.

Riding a bike is still fun regardless of December-related incidentals. Last night, Dario and I showed Salem the Manchester causeway and posed for important looking pictures.

Today, Salem and I went down to a village I'd never heard of called Millington. Life is still great. And, I've learned (or experience has taught me) that the effects of Seasonal Affected Disorder can be warded off if you continue to do this things you enjoy the rest of the year. Light boxes be damned!@

Cool tricks!


Mark said...

How much of that Millington Loop was dirt road?

Brendan said...

Probably 5-7 miles, but the topo map shows that there are many other dirt roads down there.

Anonymous said...

I think this is the most uplifting post I've yet read on this blog. Good stuff. Keep it up.


Sean said...

Hey, great post!
Would you mind revealing where the Manchester Causeway is?

Brendan said...

Well, I don't want it to get overrun with tourists, so I'll describe it as being between the distribution center for the place that sells Arizona jeans and the distribution center for Bud Lime.