Two weeks and counting, until the big ride. Feeling pretty good in my head and legs, confident about my plan for food, fluids and energy conservation. I still get butterflies when I think about the ride, but what would an adventure be if it didn't make you feel a little flutter? 

It has rained quite a bit this week, particularly today, which is a good reminder that I could be slogging it depending on the weather gods. I'll go with whatever hand is dealt on the day. 

Yesterday was my actual birthday, why wait until two weeks after my birthday to do the ride you may ask? Good question, logistical reasons mostly for BORP and myself, AKA that weekend worked best for all parties involved. 

Lots to do in the next two weeks. 

More details soon!
Lynn Jones
04/04/2010 18:27

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Lynn
04/04/2010 18:28

Love the countdown clock! How do you DO that???

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Lee
04/04/2010 20:46

Pretty simple site that does it here:

http://www.usflashmap.com/component/countdown_timer.htm?component_cdt=1


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Eric
04/07/2010 23:37

you're nuts! awesome man

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