Sunday, December 7, 2008

Long time no blog. My best mtb riding partner is in from out of town but moving on so fuck him. Cross nationals racing is going on in Portland - land of tittie bars. We have a full contingent of non-competitive fucks going down to wallow around to get dirty - good for them. I'm working (sorta) and moving to the beautiful West Seattle local so no P-town for me. West Seattle is devoid of hipsters and traffic, which is nice. My buddy had his moving party last night. I was unable to attend due to the fact I slept from 8 PM to noon the next day. Call it growing old. I'm sure they held the standard and probably surpassed it. Furthermore:


Gregory J. Nickels, Mayor

Timothy A. Gallagher, Superintendent

For immediate release November 14, 2008

Contact: Joelle Ligon, 206-684-8020


PLANNED DETOUR ROUTE ON THE BURKE-GILMAN TRAIL Trestle Bridge repair required at University Village

Seattle Parks and Recreation is planning to repair damage to the Burke-Gilman trail trestle bridge at University Village, which crosses at NE 45th Place and NE Blakely Place. Construction is slated to begin on Monday, November 24, and will extend through the end of the year. Preparation for planned detours will begin the week of November 17.

During construction, the bridge will be closed to all pedestrian and bicycle traffic. Planned detour routes will be in effect, and will require trail users to exit the Burke-Gilman Trail prior to the work zone, and then re-enter the trail at the opposite side of the construction site. Signs will be in place to mark the designated detour route so pedestrians, bicycles, and vehicles can safely move around the construction zone.

Partial detours for pedestrians and bicycles will be in-place during working hours – from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday -- and will be opened for evening and weekend use. Partial pedestrian detours are scheduled to begin November 24, and will change to a 24-hour-a-day closure schedule on December 1, and continue through the end of the year.

Expected detours for vehicles will be in effect at the same time, but under a 24-hour schedule, and will remain during all construction operations through the end of the year.

For more information, please contact Seattle Parks Project Manager Gary Gibbons at 206-386-1511 or email

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And then there's this!

So here's armstrog's blog. Everyone in cycling is masturbating to it:

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