March 16, 2006
"'Wherever I go, there's my bicycle.' The bicycle obsessed pursuits of a Cape Cod cyclist."If anyone (anyone?) was wondering where I have vanished to, and why the lack of blog posts, I have a couple of excuses:
- I have been doing some renovations over at Cape Cod Cyclists' Escape... sprucing things up a bit after a couple of years collecting dust.
- I have been playing with a few of my online addictions:
and a few others I won't bore you with.
With the wedding only a month away, there is obviously much happening on that front as well. Tomorrow we go to the town hall for the marriage license, and Sunday Morning Blog (Dead Bloggers Society, Commute-a-Blog, etc.) will soon be joined forever with Jesse Loves Brady. Amazing!
I'll do my best to keep up with the posts, but at least now you all know what I am up to with my disappearing act.
February 11, 2006
The Cycling Dude: Tour de Bicycling Blogs
"Participation is open to all BikeBloggers, regardless of whether they are Industry Insiders, Journalists, Activists, or ordinary cyclists like me.
Regardless of whether you are a Racer, Roadie, Tourer, MTBer, low to the road in a Recumbent, or into it for recreational, or commuting, reasons.
The point of this is to let your fellow cyclists know of you, and let the wider Bloggerverse, and the many people who are in it who enjoy Bicycling know of us, and our stories, and resources.
If I get enough responses from bicyclists in the rest of the Blogosphere, but who are not Bikebloggers, then I'll have a section devoted to their contributions as well."
I am happy to report that I have been included in this month's Tour de Bicycling Blogs, Blog Carnival.
The host of this carnival is The Cycling Dude. Check his blog out if you get a chance. He has some great cycling related posts, and his collection of links offers some fantastic reading material while your wheels are collecting dust.
This month's carnival: Tour de Bicycling Blogs 2
February 05, 2006
Spell with flickr: Commute-a-Blog
Spell with flickr: It doesn't take much to entertain me on rainy days...