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Bike Trail – Storm Damage Along the Minneapolis Diagonal Trail – July 21, 2019

Hi All,

Sunny bike ride this morning – 70 F with 73% humidity. My overall average speed was 5.1 miles an hour and average heart rate 103 bpm. I covered 5.07 miles. Total time 59:23 minutes. I had fun and kept the meter running on my watches even during breaks this time.

I thought my ride was going to be a short one – I saw tree leaves on the main trail. As a I got closer I realized they were down trees that left enough room to walk through so I was able to walk my bike through the breaks. There were some down trees in the cemetery too and I found a little creature on my handle bars so I took some pictures and helped it find a tree to climb.

Here are some pictures from my morning bike ride:

Stick Inchworm

About Miss

Enjoy working with everything related to computers. I have wanted to work with computers as a tool for Health Care since I was in High School and now I'm living the dream. My first love has always been reading. I was a regular at the Spring Valley Library reading all things romance. "This Rough Magic" by Mary Stewart was the first story I became lost in. Now my favorite author is Nora Roberts with my second love J.D. Robb. This blog is to celebrate the great stories, authors and readers that make up romance and mystery in literature today.


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