I saw one guy repairing his bike wheel during our blizzard week in DC and there were a lot of runners out there but my bike is also immobilized. It's a bummer.
yeah- this puts a end to my madsen plans as I think I should wait for clear sidewalks before trying something new. pooh pooh on that winter.
Oh poor little Baks...it looks so cold!
Aw, poor guy. At least he has a nice cover :)
I know I shouldn't be, but I'm so jealous of the snow!!
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Hi from the Netherlands, homecountry of bakfiets and lots of other kinds of bicicles :) I stumbled on your blog & love your biking adventures! I wanted to ask your permission to link to your 'Wanting all sorts of things to happen to them'-post. Please let me know if that's okay!
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