September 5, 2010

On the Sugar River Trail.

We biked the Sugar River Trail today, from New Glarus Woods State Park to Albany and back — 33 miles.

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19 comments:

Michael said...

You are being sucked in to doing a century. You are one third of the way there. Well done.

Bart Hall (Kansas, USA) said...

I reckon you're slimming down, girl.

If the Meadester was excited before ... just wait. Keep on biking.

traditionalguy said...

Don't forget taking some potassium with that much exercise.

rhhardin said...

Roadside birthday party, the advantage of sticking to roads for bike commutes.

edutcher said...

The Blonde envies your knees. When she had her first knee injury, she did a lot of rehab on the bike. Once she finished, she swore she'd never get on a bike again.

traditionalguy said...

Don't forget taking some potassium with that much exercise.

Definitely. You can damage your heart (sodium-potassium pump) to the point of an attack. I get this lecture every time you know who assesses me (and she's always assessing me).

PS Looks like the next cool front heading toward us is already where you are.

Nice pics.

ricpic said...

Fat red barns and fat silver silos
Packed full of corn, another bumper crop;
The hand of labor, slowed almost to a stop,
Releases the earth in sweet repose.

markbres said...

So, how do you feel after that exertion?

Irene said...

I hope you had, or soon will have, a chance to pop into the Glarner Stube for a Reuben Sandwich and a plate of Roesti.

mesquito said...

33 miles is pretty damn repectable.

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Michael Haz said...
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Michael Haz said...

Have you biked the Elroy-Sparta Trail? It's a beautiful trail, fun to ride.

Deborah said...
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c3 said...

Your second picture lead me to this and this

The Barn journal?

not to be confused with The Farm Journal

(Growing up, folks originally from Iowa, they subscribed to this for some reason.)

HDHouse said...

some nice pasture music to go along with it perhaps??

roesch-voltaire said...

Nice photos and good inspiration. A few weeks ago, my wife and I canoed a good stretch of that river, it was scenic but it was hardly a challenging paddle, after seeing these photos, now we will consider the bike trail :)

El Pollo Real said...
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El Pollo Real said...

Have you biked the Elroy-Sparta Trail? It's a beautiful trail, fun to ride.

I've biked that one too. Elroy-Sparta is the one with the tunnels.

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