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Walking home from church by Joy Beeson
When Ninth Street was built, it was designed as a boulevard to provide an impressive entrance to the Publishing House, but it extended only from Chestnut to...
February 17th 20 05:38 AM
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What do wet clothes weigh? by [email protected]
On Friday, February 16, 1996 at 3:00:00 AM UTC-5, Alan Bloom wrote: I commuted home in the rain last night. On a whim, I weighed my wet clothes (not...
February 13th 20 06:12 PM
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Dogs by Joy Beeson
One of the comments on today's Dogs of C Kennel https://www.gocomics.com/dogsofckennel/2020/02/09 reminded me of the time I was riding on a back road in...
February 10th 20 08:36 PM
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First ride of the year. by Joy Beeson
Instead of sewing a snap on my new wallet, I went to Zale's Hometown Pharmacy today. About two miles out and two miles back -- hardly worth suiting up...
February 3rd 20 04:28 AM
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Now that's depressing by Joy Beeson
I started to type "pedestrian" into Duck Duck Go, and the first auto-complete suggestion was "pedestrian hit by car". Even more depressing: the first hit on...
January 24th 20 01:12 AM
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Cyclecraft: being seen by Joy Beeson
I can't fault the section on Being Seen that runs from page 36 to page 39 of _Cyclecraft: North American Edition_. It begins with a very useful distinction...
January 6th 20 11:41 PM
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Left foot? by Joy Beeson
I went to a lot of trouble -- or rather, I commissioned my spouse to go to trouble (I don't do Amazon) -- to obtain a copy of _Cyclecraft: North American...
January 4th 20 05:43 PM
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Bottles in the drainer by Joy Beeson
Monday, 30 December 2010 When I washed dishes this afternoon, I finally remembered to include the two water bottles that have been sitting on the counter...
December 31st 19 02:44 AM
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Michigan by Joy Beeson
The Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund (MNRTF) board recommended $300,000 in development funds to be allocated to Ottawa County Parks &...
December 24th 19 04:51 AM
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Fall is falling by Joy Beeson
Saturday, 2 November 2019 We had a snowstorm the day before yesterday. I woke up to clear roads on Friday, but I saw some snow caught in dry leaves on lawns...
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December 17th 19 03:49 AM
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The Trails are Open by Joy Beeson
I had a check-up this morning, and didn't fancy having to take off six layers to show the doctor my toenail, so I drove. I took the opportunity to go to...
December 12th 19 03:44 AM
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Ventilation by Joy Beeson
The first few cotton-jersey jerseys I made had extremely-unsatisfactory vents. I didn't want a zipper next to my skin, so I used snaps, and it was impossible...
December 10th 19 12:54 AM
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Transcribing my notes by Joy Beeson
I always write my notes very clearly and distinctly, save for an occasional "I'll remember where I've been" squiggle, but when I go to transcribe them indoors,...
December 10th 19 12:40 AM
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McElroy Hill by Joy Beeson
Monday 9 September 2019 -- waiting for the washing machine. On Saturday, I spent from 11:56 to 12:00 walking up McElroy Hill. A few weeks ago, when I first...
December 9th 19 07:08 PM
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Mitten dryers by Joy Beeson
One week I'd been doing a lot of riding and found three pairs of socks in the wash, and I had only two mitten dryers. Well, they are easy to make, and I have...
December 6th 19 01:22 AM
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Route-marking basics by Joy Beeson
From: http://roadpainter.com/good-bicycle-route-marking/ quote This may seem simple enough but it’s an important detail that very often gets...
November 30th 19 04:02 PM
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Cold, wet, stoopid by Joy Beeson
As I was tying the the waste paper into bundles this morning, and it really is this morning, I swear I'll send this post today, Thursday 6 November 2019. As I...
November 7th 19 04:02 PM
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Being Seen by Joy Beeson
I've gotten to page 35 in _Cyclecraft: North American Edition_, which contains a quite-sensible discussion of the difference between being noticed and being...
November 4th 19 05:01 PM
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Cough drop inhibits water ingestion by Joy Beeson
This morning, for the first time this year, I left my do-rag at home and wrapped my head in a scarf. The high today was 47 F, and it was closer to freezing...
November 1st 19 08:37 PM
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Ping AG! by NFN Smith[_2_]
Joy -- I enjoy reading your stuff (and even will de-lurk to post a reply, when there's something that piques my attention). One suggestion for you -- when...
October 29th 19 12:32 AM
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