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From Hiding From Old Man Winter by Kelly Iniguez

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jerry witherspoon commented on a photo in Week Five

Great human togetherness picture! Thanks for closing out.

spoon

8 months ago
Bob Distelberg commented on Week Five

It's been fun following along. These winter getaways sound like a great idea. Looking forward to reading about that summer tour. Sounds like a great way to celebrate 60.

8 months ago
Rachael Anderson commented on Week Five

I’m sorry to see the end of your journal but I loved your comment about missing snuggling up on the couch with Jacinto under a blanket in front of the fire. I look forward to reading about your birthday tour.

8 months ago
Bill Shaneyfelt commented on Week Five

I'll be watching for your summer tour! Thanks for posting all the great scenery!

9 months ago
Bill Shaneyfelt commented on a photo in Week Five

Nice there is a space to keep cyclists from getting doored.

9 months ago
John Riley commented on a photo in Week Three

The fellow with the black hat might have been an Orthodox priest. Greek or Russian.

9 months ago
John Riley commented on a photo in Week Two

I would expect there to be quite a few Midwesterners.

9 months ago
jerry witherspoon commented on Week Four

Its now that palindrome - 2-2-22. Am eagerly awaiting next post!

spoon

9 months ago
jerry witherspoon commented on a photo in Week Four

Tom is a genuine outlier!

spoon

9 months ago
Bill Shaneyfelt commented on a photo in Week Four

Memories!

In my early 20s, I owned a '62 Honda Superhawk that ran sometimes, and an old Schwinn Varsity 10 speed that was even older and worked most of the time. But I do remember the Judge! I was finishing college in '69.

9 months ago
Rachael Anderson commented on a photo in Week Three

I sure got lucky with it!

9 months ago
Rachael Anderson replied to a comment by Kelly Iniguez on Week Three

My splints in my nose come out tomorrow, so hopefully they will say all is good. I can’t wait to be active again but it will be more challenging here because of the weather. I can’t wait until we leave for Europe.

9 months ago
Kelly Iniguez commented on Week Four

I hear you.

Being able to breath is nice, also! I have a couple of friends who have had your same surgery. The recovery sounds miserable.

9 months ago
Rachael Anderson replied to a comment by Kelly Iniguez on Week Four

It definitely is an issue both physically but also emotionally. If I feel so much happier when I get outside to bike or hike. I also had issues when I was working because I sat all day. The body is meant to move!

9 months ago
Kelly Iniguez commented on Week Four

How is your body taking the no exercise thing? I find I'm old enough that if I don't keep moving, things stiffen up and start to get creaky. It's a bit scary, but certainly incentive to keep moving!

I've been stretching twice a day while I'm here. My body is the happiest it's been in several years. I suspect a piece of that is retiring from bus driving. I think that was hard on my body. A problem area for me was my left shoulder, where the seat belt crosses. Because I'm tall, I had extra pressure on that shoulder. 23 years of driving for hours and hours every day does take a toll. Finally, my shoulder is happy. I can rotate in every direction and it feels 'free'.

9 months ago