Posts Tagged ‘ travel ’

Going Home

3 August 2013
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Last February, I was lucky enough with the help of my job and a co-worker to visit Pakoszówka, Poland. This is the small village, with a population just over 900, in south east Poland where my great grandparents emigrated from before World War I. I believe I am the first of their descendants to make…

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City of Light

15 April 2013
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50 years ago my late father spent most of 1962 and 1963 in Paris as part of his obligation to the United Stated government (drafted into the army).  I spent about a week scanning in almost 500 slides from his time in France, which are part of a larger collection of over 1,500 images.  Here…

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2011 Racing Season

3 April 2011
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Is time to seriously start to plan for the 2011 Race season. I have already completed the indoor time trial season, with rather poor results. Here is what I have planned for the season. I was able to find races for my two trips during the summer, one to San Mateo and the other to…

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Cycling in different parts of the country

2 October 2010
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In August I traveled to Iowa and was able to bring my TT bike.  I was able to ride between Coralville, Oxford and Tiffin and put in over 100 miles.  What was a surprise to me was the speed I was able to sustain.  When I train here in MA I have been able to…

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Spring Training Camp

2 April 2010
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I spent last weekend in Southern Illinois riding with Wild Card Cycling at their spring training camp.  The plan was for me to arrive in Champaign on the Wednesday before, ride locally on Thursday, meet the group on Friday morning, drive down to Anna IL and start training.  The camp was scheduled to finish on…

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States Cycled

31 May 2009
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Today, I was doing some research looking for some organized rides to do here in New England.  That led me to two different thoughts.  The first was “How many states can I ride in one day?”  I have done two different states many times.  I don’t think I have done three.  Living in Boston, I…

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