The guy on the radio (KPBS) said there were clouds, but then again, he said it was seven am, and it was only six. I ate my flakes, read a few minutes (Road Dogs, by Elmore Leonard), dressed up and took off.
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I turned a left at the big street, riding on the sidewalk for a hundred feet to get around incongruent intersections. Near the top of the slant I caught and passed a couple out for their Sunday morning spin. Since I was going 9 mph, I figure they were going around 4.5 mph, so how could they even stay upright? That's two and three!
I made a right on Navajo, then a left on Fletcher, winging it the whole time. I coasted down the big hill, made a u-turn at the light, headed back up. Collected a few rocks, too. I should sneak the vehicle over here one weekend morning to get the BIG rocks. Or borrow a bike trailer.
I wandered around the streets near the Beef'n'Bun to gain a bit of mileage. Boy, that place smells good!
I turned right on Dallas to gain a bit more distance. Passed that couple coming the other way. Does that count for anything?
Wandered around the area for a bit, then headed home.
Mileage for the week tops out at 80.29, so I probably did twelve miles today. That's not a lot!
The odometer reading on Jamis is 7,921 miles.
Probably should oil the chain.
Phil says (and he should know!) that the vehicle in question is definitely an MG TD with wire wheels, not a TC.