Mt. Washington to the Coast

Thursday I took the day off to meet with a good friend of mine who is in town for the week. He had a bike trip planned for us going from Mt. Washinton out to the seacoast.

The trip was about 85 miles total and we rode it in under 6 hours with an hour or so for a lunch stop. The google map link takes the wrong route and adds some miles for speed.

We went down through North Conway, over to Fryeburg, ME and into Hiram where I believe we had lunch. Then dropping down to Waterboro over to Biddeford and Saco. I blew two flats on the trip because of some bad rim tape on my front wheel but other than that my old bike seemed to hold it together, surprising as I have over 5500 miles on mostly original parts.

New Windsurfer

This weekend I should be picking up some new windsurfing toys. I’ve been looking at the Starboard F-Type, Aero, and Carve. Assuming I can find a good deal at one of the local shops or an ebayer I’ve been talking with I should have a whole new rig ready to go for this summer.

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This is the blog personality of Bryan Clark. I'm a designer in a world of open source. This blog reflects mostly writing about Design, Open Source, Economics, Beer, Wine, and Dogs. There's more information about me on this site or you can contact me directly at clarkbw@gmail.com.

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