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* Today's rideJoy Beeson
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 by: Joy Beeson - Sun, 9 May 2021 03:10 UTC

Today I learned that unless it's actully below the freezing point, it
is *not* too early in the spring to start carrying ice.

First I bought a jar of refrigerated Kim Chee. Okay, there's a bottle
of chilled tea in my insulated pannier for thermal mass, the cajun
sesame sticks provide a little extra insulation, an it won't hurt kim
chee to get a little bit too warm for a short time.

Then I stopped at Penguin Point, and had to pass up the fried-chicken
lunch box because there was no way I could bring left-over chicken
home in a non-toxic condition.

I had chile cheese fries, which I can eat in one sitting.

And it was good.

There was a sour end to a perfect day. After stopping at umpty-bump
garage sales, I got to Lowe's and Walmart too tired to shop for a
raised flower bed, so I decided to look over the shoes, buy a can of
frozen orange juice to cool the kim chee, have a pretzel pizza for
supper, and go home.

I did find an acceptable pair of sandals: very thick, stiff soles,
velcro straps at the toes and heels so I can vary the number of pairs
of socks, instep strap to hold it firmly in place. It was size ten. A
*man*'s size ten, and I take a six in men's shoes.

After an hour spent inspecting every frozen food several times without
finding anything closer to fruit juice than strawberry daiquiri mix, I
decided to skip the pizza -- it was too late to linger, and I was too
grumpy to enjoy it -- fill my water bottle, and go home.

The water fountains were "closed until further notice".

I didn't notice until I'd committed myself to eating my emergency bar
standing up that I was across the street from Zimmer Biomet's picnic
tables.

And somewere along Park Avenue, my right foot started to ache because
the soles of my old sandals are too thin.

But I did have fun at all those garage sales.

--
Joy Beeson
joy beeson at centurylink dot net
http://wlweather.net/PAGEJOY/

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 by: marika - Sun, 9 May 2021 23:06 UTC

On Sunday, May 9, 2021 at 1:21:44 PM UTC-5, Joy Beeson wrote:
> Today I learned that unless it's actully below the freezing point, it
> is *not* too early in the spring to start carrying ice.
>
> First I bought a jar of refrigerated Kim Chee. Okay, there's a bottle
> of chilled tea in my insulated pannier for thermal mass, the cajun
> sesame sticks provide a little extra insulation, an it won't hurt kim
> chee to get a little bit too warm for a short time.
>
> Then I stopped at Penguin Point, and had to pass up the fried-chicken
> lunch box because there was no way I could bring left-over chicken
> home in a non-toxic condition.
>
> I had chile cheese fries, which I can eat in one sitting.
>
> And it was good.
>
> There was a sour end to a perfect day. After stopping at umpty-bump
> garage sales, I got to Lowe's and Walmart too tired to shop for a
> raised flower bed, so I decided to look over the shoes, buy a can of
> frozen orange juice to cool the kim chee, have a pretzel pizza for
> supper, and go home.
>
> I did find an acceptable pair of sandals: very thick, stiff soles,
> velcro straps at the toes and heels so I can vary the number of pairs
> of socks, instep strap to hold it firmly in place. It was size ten. A
> *man*'s size ten, and I take a six in men's shoes.
>
> After an hour spent inspecting every frozen food several times without
> finding anything closer to fruit juice than strawberry daiquiri mix, I
> decided to skip the pizza -- it was too late to linger, and I was too
> grumpy to enjoy it -- fill my water bottle, and go home.
>
> The water fountains were "closed until further notice".
>
> I didn't notice until I'd committed myself to eating my emergency bar
> standing up that I was across the street from Zimmer Biomet's picnic
> tables.
>

lol

i do stuff like that all the time

mk5000

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