no snow, ever. and bikeways. and no hills.
I had been waiting all week for this cyclone to water my garden, but I had to suck it up and do it this morning. Then it started sprinkling (of course!).
Glad nobody got hurt. Dry down here, too, but that's good as I need to get on the bike for 3.5 hours. Happy to water the garden as long as I get a dry ride in for a change.
I am happy to be watering as it means we avoided a disaster. I was looking at your blog today Groover, and I am getting the training plan out and figuring out how to fit in some longer rides. I have stagnated, and I don't know why.
Well good to hear that is was not a disaster at your place. The image looks like the Whitsundays got a beating. I remember that area from my trip in 2005. I hope it still looks as pretty. - Christian
Where are you on this map?
Townsville, just above the storm. We copped a ton of rain the next night though. I am back on the fendered wonder today.
I did a special dance with my Townsville jersey on. Being up north here the reverse polarity pushed the cyclone south of you...Thankyou... thankyou very much.-B
never underestimate the power of dance. we are most grateful for the contribution!
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