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Life is either a daring adventure, or nothing...
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
hello all,

short post because i am not really feeling like posting but am because a lot is changing. i have been "put on notice" about people reading this thing here. so i thought that maybe i should post and at least say hi to the LJ world and see what pops to the surface.

on and on and on and on the world turns.

this here is just a weeeee part of mine.

ramble ramble ramble ramble.
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slowly climbing back to previous standards

19 mi
about 2 hours
so roughly 10 mph
temp avg around 75
good ride, riding with friends helps.
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well i am back thanks to my dad.

he is the one who sent me my bike and thus inspired this post. i have rode earlier, but this is the first time that i was able to collect stats.

meager by comparison, but ya got to start somewhere...

9.5 miles total
1 hr moving time
19.7 mph max speed
8.1 moving average speed
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well i shouldnt avoid this any longer, i am going to have to either stop posting here for a while or radically change the content. why ? well some things in my life have changed and it would be best for me. those that know me have a big mouth and sometimes that translates into fingers that type more than they should. i may move, i may just change this one. the old way, involved silently slipping off into the night, dont think that i can do that anymore. many changes have happened in the lifetime of this journal.

but life involves change. so i must acquiesce.

i have been reading The food whore lately, am thinking about making a food blog.

*shrug*

I'll be back, i just cant keep talking about random life stuff. there are now other considerations.

Stop This Train from the album "Continuum" by John Mayer
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“..it would be a mistake to assume that any Marine by himself is outnumbered.."

-Gen Peter Pace responding to Army troops in Afghanistan who said he was outnumbered.
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yes its been a long time, much has happened... more on that later.

just a quick note of inspiration that showed up in my mailbox today...

“The essential thing is action. Action has three stages: the decision born of
thought, the order or preparation for execution, and the execution itself. All
three stages are governed by the will. The will is rooted in character, and for
the man of action character is of more critical importance than intellect.
Intellect without will is worthless, will without intellect is dangerous.”

Hans von Seekt
Thoughts of a Soldier
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long time no post...

should fix that tomorrow maybe.

was in the hospital for a bit, have a bad lung, and am on the move.

details tomorrow.
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Song of Exile

Land of bear and land of eagle
Land that gave us birth and blessing
Land that called us ever homewards
We will go home across the mountains
We will go home, we will go home
We will go home across the mountains
We will go home, we will go home
We will go home across the mountains

Land of freedom land of heroes
Land that gave us hope and memories
Hear our singing hear our longing
We will go home across the mountains
We will go home, we will go home
We will go home across the mountains
We will go home, we will go home
We will go home across the mountains

Land of sun and land of moonlight
Land that gave us joy and sorrow
Land that gave us love and laughter
We will go home across the mountains
We will go home, we will go home
We will go home across the mountains
We will go home, we will go home
We will go home across the mountains

When the land is there before us
We have gone home across the mountains
We will go home, we will go home
We will go home across the mountains
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wow, i havent posted anything in 4 weeks, i suppose that i should do something about that....
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what a day, 101 km / 62 mi, started at 0420, got back around 1100. temperatures eventually reached low 100's. last 20 km was pure torture...long day. but i have accomplished a metric century so i am happy happy. now time to train for a double century. :)

oh, and i did that on my trek 4300. yeah....

Compared To What from the album "Best Of Al Jarreau" by Al Jarreau

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