Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Baiku 2

Date: July 10 and 11
Mileage: 18.4 and 30.6
July mileage: 305.6

The mileage stacked up
Over these thoughts, stashed wayside
And still I rode on

5 comments:

  1. Keep hanging out with them roadies and before you know it you'll be entering the another Great Alaskan Race.

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  2. Kevin6:50 AM

    I wish I had enough time to ride as much as you do. And I miss the Alaska snow in your pictures ~ that's because in Holland we only have snow for a few days a year ;-)

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  3. I am glad to see this beautiful picture. I also hope to one day do Alaska.

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  4. Oooo, like the haiku (and pic, of course!)

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