Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Too Much Rain

 The Tuesday morning routine started with a quick check of the radar so I would know how to dress for the ride into work. Once I saw what mother nature had in mind I thought maybe it wouldn't kill me to take the truck this time.
 I opened the garage door to confirm. The eagle and I assessed the situation and pussed out. Neither one of us wanted get soaked to the bone before a full day of work.

 As fate would have it, the rain ended early in the morning, the sun came out and it was hot all day. I was pissy for not riding in to work but when I caged it home I knew there would be an evening dinner ride in my future.

 The sun was shining and the temps were warm. We had a nice ride to a restaurant a few towns to the north. Upon arrival my wife saw some flowers she deemed pic worthy. This is me waiting patiently for her to finish up.

 Some rum for my wife and soda for me. After a visit to the bar our table was ready. If you follow this blog at all you know I like to be able to keep an eye on the bike while dining. Its cheap security.

 After a nice meal and a lazy ride home I decided it was time to sample some oddball beers my wife won for me at a local beer tasting event, the Princeton Brew Ha Ha. Factoid: Princeton Wisconsin was once in the Guiness Book of World Records for having the most bars per capita.

 Sip, gag, dump down the sink. None of these beers in the back ground did it for me and my wife got a good laugh out of the stupid faces I was making after each sample. I had to cleanse my palette with the Lite in the fore ground. I guess I'm set in my ways.
 Food for thought. If a crappy day ends well, was it really a crappy day?  If a good day ends poorly, does that make the whole day a crap fest? Does any of this even matter?


1 comment:

  1. Sounds like a nice evening. I'm with you on the beers too. I just want beer flavored beer. I don't want the chocolate oatmeal double imperial triple overhopped nonsense. Just give me a cold beer that is yellow and that I can see through.