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Another weekend activity

Ronald invited us to join him and Diana to go cycling on Saturday. I think hubby was quite excited (he enjoys cycling) and straightaway he somehow convinced me to buy two bicycles + related accessories.

We also bought the bicycle mount to attach to the car that enables us to transport the bicyles around.

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So at 3pm on sunny Saturday afternoon... we were off!

Distance: 12 km
Duration: Approx 1 hour, 45 minutes (including breaks)
Route: Round trip from under Mt Henry Bridge to Heathcote and back to Mt Henry Bridge


Although my butt hurts a little (still getting used to the feel of the bicycle seat) it was quite fun and I'm actually kinda looking forward to our next one.

Comments

  1. beware of the bicycle! it will make your butt pert! [i'm dead serious]

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  2. Haha... ok, I give you permission to check out my butt if you see me next time and see if the bicycle has any effect! ^ ^

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