Yep, the tourist season is now over. Don’t ask me why we call it a season, as we can’t shoot them.
I had to move. The owner of my house had it foreclosed on him, forcing my family and I out. We worked with new owners, a real estate developer, and found a newer, bigger house for the same rent as before. We’re all moved and getting settled.
The Wednesday after Labor Day, as I don’t work on Tuesday, I started preventative maintenance on bikes for next year. All 2800 get a new chain and a good cleaning. This wouldn’t be too bad IF the chainrings were round, but ALL of those chainrings have an imperfection that gives a tight spot then a loose spot every rotation.
At least I had time to catch up on veloreviews.com podcasts.
The photo I won from the caption contest has now been put to good use in my son’s Humanity’s class for a pop culture assessment. He was the only kid to bring an original photo.
The new house has a large garage and I’m setting up my own bike shop in it. I’ve already fixed two neighbor’s bikes in the first week. Since I’m out of the city limits, no codes enforcement officer.
I may replace my cable TV with streaming Netflix for only $9 a month, but I’d have to maintain my broadband cable modem with my current cable company, but then I’d miss the Tour de France.
Speaking of the Tour, I didn’t know Carlos Barrado could fight.