MoKelly, I can't call myself a "bike nut," but I've always loved to ride. One thing I've long wanted to do was ride the Katy Trail across Missouri from St. Charles to Kansas City. Wife and I were discussing the possibility a couple of weeks ago. Not convinced we'll actually do it, but I was surprised by her interest in it, as she's never been as interested in cycling as I am.
I used to ride once a year back in the '90s from Defiance to Augusta with a bunch of former co-workers. It was one of several group things we'd do together. We'd park at that big lot next to the trail in Defiance, ride to Augusta and up the hill to the Mount Pleasant Winery, spend some time there, then ride back. Those were some great, entertaining rides. The trail was always in great condition. Never was sure exactly what it was, gravel or crushed shells, but it was nicely compacted and an easy surface to ride.My wife loves that trip. Lots of nice places to stay along the trail - especially in Missouri wine country.
The app I use to remember passwords often does not let me in recently. Found out that my vpn connection was finding the fastest connection to the internet through Ireland and France, which was something the password manager did not appreciate.
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Pop, very sorry to hear about your friend.
Roy, that was a poor audit result for an established company. Hope your plant does much better.
Some of you may have heard of a motoring journalist called Jeremy Clarkson. His latest series called "Clarkson's Farm" is now screening on Amazon prime and is well worth a look for anyone who likes tractors and farming.
Clarkson’s Farm, Amazon Prime Video, review: Not only surprisingly tolerable, but insightful and fun
I can taste blood on my tongue