COVID-19 Wk 51: Rail(ing) Trailing It

It is getting to that time of the year/season when I am tired of “riding” my bike on the indoor trainer. As I get more and more rides outside, and daylight savings approaches, returning to the garage for another trainer session becomes less and less appealing. Work really wore me down this week. I was…

COVID-19 Wk 50: Perspective

There has been a lot (constant) talk about mental health during the past year living with Covid-19. The feelings of loneliness, struggle, frustration, etc. There has been a lot of news lately on the effects on children. For me, and I believe Mia, personally it’s been an annoying year and at times we’ve both been…

COVID-19 Wk 49: Melting

After last week’s snow event this week was all about melting. For the most part the roads were all cleared up by Tuesday. The bike lanes are still a wicked mess but then that doesn’t really surprise me in the least. Not much news personally on the COVID front. Word from work is that us…

COVID-19 Wk 48: Snow, Sleet and Freezing Rain

It is fairly simple to stay socially distant and avoid crowds when your whole region comes to a standstill due to a wonderful mixture of snow, sleet and freezing rain. Traveling anywhere that wasn’t absolutely necessary the past few days was the smart choice. That is pretty much what Mia and I have done since…