'never again during the remainder of his journey to San Francisco would he equal or surpass this day's eighty-eight-mile effort. furthermore, never again on the trip would he encounter roads as fine as those he met in the Cornhusker state. riding through Wyoming and every state or territory thereafter, Nellis would long for the "excellent paths" of Nebraska.' - An American Cycling Odyssey, 1887
Monday, November 26, 2007
i went down to the mill and passed the afternoon with a latte and a few chapters of villaseñor's rain of gold. i'm feeling pretty lazy after the holiday. i don't want to go to work tonight, but oh well back to the grind.