Archive for July, 2009

Moving at work and at home

Tuesday, July 28th, 2009

August’s theme is going to be moving. The Sully Branch Library is moving across the park to the newly expanded Ryan Center at School 33. The old building will be torn down and replaced with a ball diamond. Plans are to close the branch at the end of this week. We’ll pack stuff, the movers […]

Quotable

Monday, July 13th, 2009

Arriving at the shop for tonight’s Monday Night Small Ring Ride, Mike hailed me asking, “Hey, did you see you’re quoted in this paper?” He handed me the July 2009 issue of the Corn Hill Gazette, (link to PDF) a publication of the Corn Hill Neighbors Association. Sure enough, there’s an article starting on page […]

Ride Report: New and Improved Yellow Bike

Sunday, July 12th, 2009

(Pics tomorrow. I promise.) I’ve spent the last nine days getting reacquainted with Yellow Bike. I always liked Yellow Bike a lot. I’ve always characterized it as being like a puppy—fast and frisky. Open the door and all it wants to do is run and play. Thanks to its handbuilt wheelset, it climbs like a […]

Yellow Bike is home!

Friday, July 3rd, 2009

I picked-up Yellow Bike today. [ Does the happy dance. ] The snafus that delayed its repair continued right up through today. I figured we’d be on the road by noon, maybe one. Instead it was 4:30. So we have only three short rides together so far, and there’s been no time for pics. Tomorrow, […]