When life hands you ice, you make cocktails Posted on January 22, 2015 by dirty biker by With most of the country freezing their tits off right now, it’s good to remember that you are never too old to fuck around with a big frozen puddle. http://www.vimeo.com/117444313 by
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Snowed pretty good yesterday here in Western Maryland. Rode anyway.
Crosscheck, fixed. 48:20. Bmx pedals and rainsuit. Good times.
Got back home and enjoyed many Cuba Libras, then made tuna hotdish for the family.
Sometimes winter does not suck.
Rode in 11F last night, will be hitting the single digits tomorrow night.
If I hear one more weather person negatively anthropomorphize winter with vicious, brutal, nasty, gross, horrid, etc, I’m gonna lose my shit. I think they forget whole segments of the population not only enjoy it, but actually look forward to it. While still others, make their living off the cold, be it snowmobile sales and service, to firewood, fuel oil, propane etc sales, to ski shops, bike shops that sell studded tires and fat bikes, to ski areas, both downhill and XC. You’re really going to tell me when a storm is looming, that all those folks are shaking in their boots, fearing the dreaded onset of snow? Fuck off.
Anyone whining about cold weather should be handed bus ticket to Florida, and have their house sold to someone who likes winter……
No such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing choices.
That said, looks like those guys understand what I’m driving at!
I like the non congested nature of the winter season. I does thin the herd for sure.
Buck, true dat. I left tracks on new snow t’other day. Came back the next day and mine from the day before were the only ones to be seen.
Nice one Sparky! I bet the first run was juuuuust a bit better.
Got a jelly jar with Jameson in it……..maybe a pinch or two of snow instead of the usual ice cube.
What if I’m moving to Arizona soon, I don’t know which area, but, I need friends.
I ride bikes, and drink beer.
The 2015 ski season, ’round here anyway, has been difficult. I have four days on my pass (which pencils out to $100/day). Dang.