We’re getting ready to head out on our Pacific Coast Bike tour. We still have lots to do to get ready for the trip but we’re slowly making progress. Gear is piled up around the house, the new tent has been seam sealed and we’re slowly checking items off our to-do list. Even if we have to stay up all night, we’ll eventually get everything done and be ready to roll out-of-town. Departure may be a few days later than we planned, but that’s OK. Continue reading
- @zachshan @copenhagenize ooh, good question. Love to see some good examples. 1 day ago
- @doctorleahy @annesavvy Yes! Drivers this #Huskyfootball season seem especially bad. Today is the worst in a long time. #slowthefuckdown 2 days ago
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