But it sucks being on call. Actually, being on call is not a really big deal since it is usually quite. But you feel restricted having to carry a second Crackberry and taking a loptop with you when you go anywhere.
I came into the weekend not having rode as much as I would have liked. We were wet a couple of days, and I was trying to tweak the team’s website. Getting there, since I’m getting to know Joomla better.
Being on call and somewhat restricted doesn’t keep me from riding. It just keeps me closer to home and lets me concentrate on quality instead of quantity. It’s all good.
I probably will go over to Troy next weekend for the Waco Music Festival Tour .
I do need to get ready for the State Road Race on Sept 21.
Also, I need to see what I can to convert my Giant to a cyclocross and try some of the races in the upcoming series
Well, the Buckeyes started their season with another easy win over pushover Youngstown State, 43-0. How many of those points game from field goals?? Too many. Next week, its Ohio University, then off to USC to face the Trojans. They defeated Virginia 52-7 yesterday, but dont play next weekend. Could be an ugly trip for the Buckeyes.
A bold, gutsy, and surprising move by McCain.
To me, it shows me that McCain does believe in change
Political Resume – 10 Facts About Sarah Palin – TIME
As a disgruntled Clinton supporter, I am on the fence.
Ollie thought he had a deal! He thought he was the real HOH.
Ollie, Dan played you for a sucker
Took the day off. I felt like I deserved it.
Wheels rolled at 9:30 AM. I got in a good 60 miler. Easy to moderate pace. It got hot, it was windy, the air quality sucked. But, it was a great ride.
Actually. my motive to take the day off was to get the team web site fully functional. I’m close, and I’m getting more accustomed to Joomla, and all the plugins available.
Time to head south?
Their prediction.. “Numb’s the word,” says the 192-year-old publication, which claims an accuracy rate of 80 to 85 percent for its forecasts that are prepared two years in advance.
The almanac’s 2009 edition, which goes on sale Tuesday, says at least two-thirds of the country can expect colder than average temperatures, with only the Far West and Southeast in line for near-normal readings.
“This is going to be catastrophic for millions of people,” said almanac editor Peter Geiger, noting that the frigid forecast combined with high prices for heating fuel is sure to compound problems households will face in keeping warm.
The almanac predicts above-normal snowfall for the Great Lakes and Midwest, especially during January and February, and above-normal precipitation for the Southwest in December and for the Southeast in January and February. The Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions should be getting an unusually wet or snowy February, the almanac said.
Just about got our website up and running. Still learning Joomla