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March 2019
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Reports of My Demise…
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Posted by: The Cyclofiend @ 9:00 am

…Are Greatly Exaggerated!

Since I’ve had a few folks email me to ask/ponder whether I’m suspending the Cyclofiend Galleries, I wanted to make it very clear that I am not. 

Between holiday stuff, work stuff, family stuff, travelling to more family stuff, travelling to Vegas for a trade show, flying all the way back home from the trade show only to attempt two aborted landings at SFO in the teeth of the recent nasty weather and flying all the way back to Vegas, picking up some minor bug either on the plane flights, airport or hotel, trying to catch up on work stuff and generally recovering from said schedule (yep, I’m a whimp…), posting photos occurred in fits and starts, blogging has been nil and even thank-you notes have been slower than usual. I don’t even want to think about the lack of bike miles in the past couple weeks…

So, hopefully things will swing back, if not to an even keel, at least to the regular wobble and yaw that is my life. Big, busy few more days ahead, but an expected calm before too long. 

A quick thanks to those who were worried, and a quick but bigger thanks to those who took the time to donate or buy shirts this last year, and the biggest (but too quick) thanks to those who did both. It’s been supremely enjoyable to see the variety of bicycles being enjoyed around the globe, and to hear the stories of construction, exploration and discovery.  Keep those photos coming!

4 Responses to “Reports of My Demise…”

  1. Marrock Says:
    That which does not kill you makes you stranger.
  2. The Cyclofiend Says:
    A wise man once wrote,
    “Life is like a sleigh on ice that flips suddenly, trapping you underneath. At night, the ice weasels come.”

    Sometimes, I think he was an optimist. Sometimes, I like to watch the badgers and laugh.
  3. beth h Says:
    I knew you hadn’t skipped town….
  4. The Cyclofiend Says:
    Ahhh…but I had. In fact, getting back to town was part of the problem. ;^)