Monthly Archives: May 2011

Climate Ride: Day 2, Princeton to Valley Forge

Author’s Note: There are so many great things going on and cool people on this ride that blogging has often been put on the back-burner. Updates will be late, but I’ll eventually chronicle the whole thing, so visit often! Today … Continue reading

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Climate Ride: Day 1, NYC to Princeton

The first day – 44.6 miles down, about 255 left to go! Overall, a fantastic start. After grabbing a chai latte and yogurt/honey/granola parfait from Starbucks, I awkwardly shleppted my giant backpack on the New York City subway to Canal … Continue reading

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Climate Ride: Pre-Ride New York City

Today has been a mix of chaos and calm. Although the Climate Ride doesn’t start until tomorrow morning, I wanted to get to New York City plenty early so that I could be prepared. The morning started off with Chris … Continue reading

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You win some garlic, you lose some squash

I have to keep reminding myself that gardening is a learning experience. Otherwise I might allow the frustration to overwhelm the joy. As of last Sunday, our garden is completely planted and ready for spring. We did this in several … Continue reading

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Ride Report: It’s Ladies’ Night! (er, Afternoon…)

Trail(s): All roads Distance: 65 miles Weather: Sunny but perfect temperatures in the 70s Company: Eight other Fellow Climate Riders! (to start with, at least) My second ride with Climate Riders last Saturday was both much more ambitious and more … Continue reading

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