Monthly Archives: August 2011

The Wheels on the Bike Go Round and Round, All through the Town

Giving a tour of your town completely expands when you’re on a bicycle. You can go further and faster than on foot, covering more places and scenery. But you can see so much more than when you are in a … Continue reading

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Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

When I started a garden, I never anticipated growing … monsters. They started off so innocently. Just little baby sprouts, growing in our guest bedroom, so weak that a spray from the water bottle nearly knocked them over. When I … Continue reading

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Flat Tires and Blessings

Some days frustrate you over and over and then surprise you with joy. Although I sometimes portray everything as dandy here in Bicycleland, it is not always so. For one, Bicycleland is constantly haunted by the specter of flat tires. … Continue reading

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