Sunday, February 7, 2010

i had a good title but i forget it now, just imagine something good here

Just relaxing after a long stretching session, k-9 unit has officially laid claim to the entire bed, I don't understand how an 80 pound dog can take up so much space.

Listening to queen latifah sing what is supposed to be the American national anthem. The coaches don't look impressed.

oh whoops, nevermind that wasn't the anthem, my bad. Oh here we go Carrie Underwood is singing it....

bah ok back to more pressing matters, another day of sunny skies, clear roads and little to no wind. You know what that means, after large intake of food, lots of high gluten carbs, and getting dressed for 20 minutes, I was out on a nice jaunt through essa, springwater and of course Oro. It was such a nice day I was able to share the road with every other resident of simcoe county as well, lots of waves and smiles, some of which weren't returned, or were returned with "what the frak is that guy doing" mostly from people with skis on there cars heading to snow valley. ...coin toss.....heads, anyway. Out of the three townships springwater wins the prize for cleanest roads. Essa and Oro a tie for pretty good, except for shady areas.

Coming back through town and there was some sort of waterfront festivities going on, got to see a chopper land and take off, and with some creative detours I was able to miss most of the congestion. Looks like Second Cup suffered a broken window in some saturday night festivities. Took the manly climb back home, which has become a testing ground of sorts, not bad, got up it, finished just shy of 4 hours. sorry, 240 minutes. Again the first hour was rough going, felt sluggish and then at about 70 minutes in it was like a switch turned on and my legs loosened up and the body was firing on all 3 in line cylinders. game on........some guys are throwing a ball around chasing it....thats all i see.

Tomorrow, thing in the morning depending on how long that goes possible ski in the afternoon, if not it will be rollers and pushups.

"All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must seem inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near. Hold out baits to entice the enemy. Feign disorder, and crush him."

Sun Tzu, the Art of War

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