As we move into February time again to set targets and goals for the coming year. On the cycling front the target for this year will be the same as last year at 4000 miles.
Health wise the first issue is to get back down to my desired fighting weight of 195 pounds, or lbs, in old money. The Nutrisystem worked well in the past and seems to be going in the right direction this time as I move into week 2.
This coming week its also off for some physio on the damaged left shoulder and see if that helps or if I need surgery ?
Need to get some skiing in with all this snow and then start thinking motorbikes again as the Beemer is back up and running.
Plenty of snow this year!
Lets go !
Beemer ready for Spring!
The Superglitz Yam and little brother, No Excuses Cub, both need their spring do-over and then some light riding on the 3 line.
Got the “winter” sulk on
Caster & Pollux ….. the heavenly rides
Superglitz at the ready
Don’t forget me!
More Activity trips for the weekend with another basketball trip up to Norwood on Friday and then skiing up at Telluride despite the awful storm forecast for Sunday.
Meanwhile its 8 Ball as always on Saturday and today I manage to screw myself in my first game with a small dose of overconfidence and scratch the cue ball off the 8 when a bit more of a good common sense shot would have been the way to go!
However, now on the loser’s bench and in the 1st Out round I win through this one beating Marty while the other pairing are struggling to finish their game. I played another 6 games beating Jeannie, Doug, then Brenda along with Ernesto (who is getting a lot better) and Dave who clearly hadn’t brought his “A” game. I’m now in 3rd and better against Destry and its close but he wins and goes on to take 1st place, but I certainly had a fun afternoon despite my 1st round loss, and was pleased to finish in the money with another 3rd place.
The ski trip went as planed and the weather was fortunately not as bad as the forecast.
Tuesday and off to the physio and a 45 min session and he tells me about 6 weeks, but no surgery, and just need to strengthen up those rotator muscles to hold everything together.
All done with rubber bands and a friendly door
Home in time to set off for some SAR of the Christmas items still buried under the first falls of snow. This goes well with many items extracted but some are still frozen in by their cables and are a long way off from coming free. The forecast is for another 10″ over the next 3 days …….. but at least I made a start!
Thursday and the snow has stopped.