Riding Along

October 4th, 2011 | Posted by Stacey in Uncategorized
We had a great weekend in NH…..it went by too fast!
I might be the only one in our family that does not have this grin when I ride my bike!
Jackson is the smartest of the bunch…the motorized John Deere is the way to go.
No seriously….you can take the boy out of the midwest but you cannot take the midwest out of the boy (Charlie you better watch your combines this summer)…but I am quite certain he is smitten with the tractor.  He SAT on that think ALL weekend long!   He did not want to share or really drive it, he can’t steer yet so he just runs into the house or the cars. 
So we are back in PA….riding along…Ryan took out the drivers side mirror on our way home from NH (I was just really glad it was not MY fault)…other than that it was a fun quick trip to NH.  I am glad to have Ryan in the states for the next two weeks.  I am going to be able to catch up on some things which will be great.
I spent yesterday at the Dr. for about a million hours trying to figure out my leg issues.  I did NOT run on Sat as tempting as it was…I need to get this leg fixed pronto..hopefully some answers later this week.  In the meantime I am finding challenging swims to keep me busy…tomorrow is the 100×100 masterpiece..  I sent Jen an email about it and it is a go.  I recruited the only swimmer I know from the Y to keep me company for some of them. 
I also had to get back on the bike…..as much as it pains me to get on that thing prior to 2012….swimming is getting old everyday.  So I think next week I am going to try to ride 100 miles in a day.  I realize many people have done this, but given my lack of love for the bike this might just prove to be a challenge.  It will be interesting to see how many flats I get…given my flat to mileage ratio I might just have to carry tubes.  Maybe my new years resolution will be to love the bike…yep don’t think so.
At least I am rested and when given the okay…I am planning on hitting the roads….given my love for the 100 maybe I will run 100 miles in November.

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