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Tri-State Century

Melissa & I headed to the northeast corner of the state to do some camping and biking over the weekend. We staked out a really nice camping spot at Ponca State Park Saturday night. Setting up tents together and leaning our bikes up near them felt like BRAN — but with far superior camping. At … Continue reading »

Poets in Denver

After helping Becca move to Ft. Collins, I headed down to Denver to visit Jules & Mathias and D’Count in their new home. This is their dog park. Not satisfied to be so close to the mountains without venturing up a bit, Jules & I headed up into Rocky Mountain National Park this morning before … Continue reading »

Three Signs

“Trucks Are White”: Neither Lindsey nor I could find any explanation for this text. Old School Dairy Queen Slick graphical representation of a cyclist simultaneously acting as kerning. Upon further reflection, this is an incredibly unlikely cycling position.

Land of Make Believe

Photos of TV. Totally my favorite website of the moment. So, plenty of the images made me laugh. Some made me laugh in very unladylike ways. But then there was the photo of the ad for the Land of Make Believe. I have two stories about the Land of Make Believe. I just tried counting … Continue reading »

Return Enter

(lots more photos on flickr) I’m back on the Ol’ Great Plains, or in the Lonesome Crowded West, as Modest Mouse once so elegantly put it. It is not hot, but oppressively humid, a strange feeling for Nebraska in August. Perhaps it’s because Brooklyn is the place that got the tornado last week. … Alex … Continue reading »