Sunday, October 4, 2009
Has it ever been a tough couple of weeks.
The kids were up from southern Arizona with the new baby. She just gets cuter by the day.
Monday, September 28th, we had a corrupted index on one of the main data drives at the main office, so I spent Monday, Tuesday, and some of Wednesday recovering all of the files on that SAN drive.
Friday came along, and my head started to get stuffed up with the same cold my wife has. Yesterday, Saturday, October 3rd, I was so miserable I didn't get a thing done around the house, let alone get a chance to ride.
One thing I did get a chance to do Saturday was get the 3-inch stem riser on The Roadley. The wrenches at the Bike Barn put it on and all I had to do was adjust the angle of the handlebars. It took me twice as long to do as a result of the sneezing and nose wiping.
The installation of the Expedition saddle and the Butterfly handlebars resulted in the seat being higher than the handlebars, so I ordered a black, 3-inch stem riser to bring the handlebars higher. The regular position in the saddle is now much more upright and "touring comfortable." When I drop down to my forearms on the Butterfly bars, I no longer feel like my butt is way up in the air. When I get back to riding, I'll get a picture of the stem riser.
I'm hoping to get back in the saddle tomorrow morning. I'm taking the week off so maybe I'll get a lot more riding in if I feel better.
Posted by BluesCat at 1:17 PM