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The five boroughs ride will without a doubt be the best bike ride you have ever done.
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I decided to ride to the gym this morning taking my chances that I could beat the storm. I did manage to outrun the snow but the rain got me. It was around 40F when I left the house and close to freezing when I returned. When the storm hit, it hit with a fury. I took the dogs for a walk on their usual route but things were so bad, I had to turn back.
You man hear in my voice near then end of the video the struggle it was to walk. The wind was as we say around here, “wicked pissa”.
2017 Feb 9th Blizzard from John Sullivan on Vimeo.
Tomorrow’s forecast is 8-14″ of fluffy snow. It was 50 degrees at noon today, the sun was shining and the wind was offshore. I called Larry, a new and very novice bike rider to invite him to accompany me. He declined, so I set out for a solo ride with no destination. I rode just about a mile when my phone rang and it was Larry. “John, he said, it’s too nice not to ride. How about we go to West Island.
Atlantic coast WWII lookout station.
Larry is going to take care of our cat for a month when wifey and I holiday. He used to have cats and built quite a playground that is protected from predators like coyote and fox, with chicken wire. The cat can also go to the roof of the shed and watch the birds enjoy themselves eating themselves fat on Larry’s back yard bird feeding station. My cat, Midnight has no interest in chasing birds as you will see when you scroll down to his photo.
Our little guy Midnight is going to love it.
We rode a few miles to the causeway and crossed over to West Island wearing only light jackets with really no need for gloves. An 18 mile spin hit the spot and now we are ready for the blizzard.
Larry crossing the causeway
Tiny house on stilts to protect if from the tidal storm surge.
My friend Bob Ramsak wrote about nostalgia on his site Piran Cafe today. He talked about Buenos Aires and asked for us to read his four year old post and critique it. I acquiesced, but in short order I was taken in by his writing which gradually started to make me nostalgic for our family trip in 2010 to South America. I decided to once again share my story.
CLICK HERE if you want to see only the photos
Part I Boston to Santiago Chile
Part II Journey to Padagonia
Part III Bariloche, Argentina
Part IV Buenos Aires
The latest edit of the Tour de Creme promo video. I have been working on this off and on for almost eight months.
Tour de Creme 2016 Jan 2017 cut from John Sullivan on Vimeo.
Another practice run on my new editing software. This time a slideshow.
Saturday Ride with Nick from John Sullivan on Vimeo.