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Garré Cafe Has Changed

Last Sunday (8/24/14) turned into a different day from the one we had planned. At about 3:22 am, we were awakened by what we thought was a slight earthquake. 279 more words

Cycling

MTB Nirvana: My Vacation To Whistler, BC

Speechless, which is what this post will be for the most part. I was utterly speechless walking through the Village of Whistler at the base of Whistler Mountain.   93 more words

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Bike Route Snapshots

This summer, I’ve plunged into the passion of cycling. I owe my biking interest to Amsterdam after visiting this charming city in 2011. While on my brief but very enjoyable stay there, I was flabbergasted by its dominant abundance of bicycles.  193 more words

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New Farmers' Market in Alamo, CA

The opening of the new farmers’ market in Alamo today was greeted with an enthusiastic reception from the locals who feel that this is a good addition to the community. 79 more words

Cycling

A Rebirth.

I hope that at some point in each of your lives, you unexpectedly come to a point in the center of your world where your past life and a new path suddenly collide in the sky and you go into severe panic as you try to piece together everything you ever believed in, the reasons why, and that you question it. 526 more words

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A significant number of high-profile riders have been reported ill in 2014, both before & during events. This seems to have been occurring more often in the build-up to the Tour de France, with several riders dropping out of events recently. 1,443 more words

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