The bike saddle, that is. My wrists were the last thing stopping me from riding, but with the cool weather we were having this morning, and the inexplicably early waking I had this morning (yes, on a freaking Saturday) I decided I would see how far I could get, as I do have plans for my wrists later this evening. 10 miles as it turns out. I biked 10 miles at 11.2-mph, then dropped off my bicycle at the local bike shop for a bath, a lube, a tune-up, and to fix some minor injuries the bike sustained during my crash. I then proceeded to walk the 4 miles home at exactly 4.1-mph.
About halfway home is when I saw three MG's, two Triumph's, and an Lotus Esprit! Assuming they're part of the Newton Annual Chili Cook-off, I plan to head back downtown (this time in an air conditioned car) and take pictures of them when Dorian arrives after work today. When I got home I took a long, hot, shower and dressed, at which point the kids were awake and the two friends which stayed over. It was short-order cook time! Using the stainless steel Cuisinart pans I received as my 15-year anniversary gift with my company for the first time, made a provolone omlette, a cheddar omlette, a diced habenero omelette with ghost-pepper cheese, scrambled, and for myself a spinach omlette.
My Saturday thus far! Hope all of yours are equally as entertaining!