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better weather and more time to get the word out we had more people this year, around 120.
It was a little overcast so these pictures are not as bright as they could be, sorry about that.
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impressive picture is that I brought out the bike-truck today and rode to work. This didn’t use to be such a rare event and I have a very good feeling that it soon won’t be.
Since I became a regular bike commuter back in 2000 I have gone through many periods of commuting all of the time followed by months of almost never riding to work. The last 6 months or so has been one of the never ones and with the warm weather coming soon (?) I’ll be back on a bike at least 3-5 days a week and that will have me back thinking about bikes a lot. Much more frequent posting is a sure thing. I wanted to get this one up just to make sure that I still remembered how to and I had to look up how to do a few things that were once easy!
Soon it will feel like springtime, gas is at like $20 a gallon, and I’m about 10 pounds heavier than I should be. It’s time to get back to work.
let me say that I’m sorry that I’ve been away for so long. Things are crazy at work and it’s been difficult to commute by bike. This has been the worst biking winter in over a decade for me. The good thing is that work is starting to settle down and the long winter is going to be gone at some point soon. The bikes will all be getting regular use in the next couple weeks and as I get back into full time bike mode the new posts will be coming. Sometimes a break is a good thing. Like I said, more soon…
I have no doubt that you’ve seen countless commercials over the years for cars. These ads love to show drivers speeding down city streets or down mountain roads with no other cars in sight. That’s the dream, buy a car and the world opens up to you. Freedom is yours.
It’s a lie.
More often than not I’ve chosen driving over biking to work this year. I’m not really sure why, but that’s the way it’s been. Something has been happening a lot lately that has made the decision of bike vs. car a no-brainer, and that something is
I live between the Union Pacific and Canadian National tracks. My commute to work has me crossing only the C.N. tracks, which on a bike I can still do on the Ardmore bridge, making any trains on the track at that time meaningless. In a car there is no such option. There is Route 83, but everybody else knows that too, turning that route into a parking lot as well, not to mention the construction. Sometimes the gates are down and there is no train. Who knows how long they will be down? What a mess.
Last night on my way home I was driving southbound on Villa Avenue and had just crossed North, when I noticed that traffic had stopped. It had to be
because one of the two track crossings up ahead had a train at it (it was on the U.P. tracks), but when it gets backed up that far it normally means that a train has stopped. I was trapped. I did manage to turn around and took North to 83 just to be moving. On North I was stopped over the Salt Creek Trail and looked down to see one solo rider moving along at 10-12 m.p.h., and that’s when I said that enough was enough. I was trapped with no way to move unless people around me moved first. I didn’t know when I was going to get home. I
knew what the solution to this problem was. I had known it all along and had just seen it, the bike.
On a bike I know how long it’s going to take to get where I’m going. There are only a few things that can go wrong with a bike, compared to hundreds of things with a car. Traffic jams don’t effect me on a bike, I’ll just ride around it, maybe use a sidewalk, cut though a parking lot, the point is I have options with a bicycle. With a car there are different roads, if I can even get to them, but that’s about it. If nobody else is moving, that’s it, neither am I.
Needless to say, I rode one of my bikes this morning, lesson learned.
p.s. How did I forget to mention what a pain the school buses at train-tracks are?
The other day a situation came up where I needed to take my ladder into the middle of a field to go up a tree. I couldn’t drive through the field and I didn’t want to carry the ladder by hand so what other option did I have? This one…
Like I said in the title, another victory. The longer I have this bike the more amazed I am at what I can do with it.
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First off, sorry I’ve been gone for awhile. The update on the S.C.T. is on hold until all of the signage is in place. Right now navigating the trail from one end to the other can be
a little tricky in spots, so stand by.
Secondly, after a good amount of rain early this morning I checked the North Avenue underpass and it was not flooded. Roosevelt Road would have been underwater and St. Charles is fine, but I was expecting this one to be worse than it was. I don’t know what flood stage is yet, but it’s better than I thought. Keep checking for underpass updates after big rains.
My plan for a picture filled trip down
and around the Salt Creek Trail was done in by the big time rain that we had last week. It’s
gone down a lot since Saturday morning, the picture shown above shows St. Charles Road, so the post will be coming soon.