Meer sneeuw? Niet meer meneer...
And while we're at it, bring on some of that windy spring classic weather. And more daylight. We're ready.
|Dr. Brad and a Flandria at home in their|
ideal habitat. Power washer time!
Flandria Cafe's recently revived wielercafe night at Federal Hill Pizza in Warren RI has been a substitute. Our initial seissun combined world championship level pizza, a massive craft beer selection, and fifteen old school masters, bench racing. Good craic, good for enthusiasm... but a bit detrimental to the 'kg'. end of the watts/kg equation.
|No no no Tyler... Andy Hampsten wore |
Oakley Pilots on the Gavia...
Tyler here models an interesting approach to 'kit" as they say at his 'ol club in Cambridge, UK. Not sure those ski goggles qualify as old school or not. More Monty Python ministry of silly eyewear!
That said, they were pretty effective on that ride during constant snow fall. The kind of ride eliciting incredulity and fist waving from Carhartt-wearing pickup truck drivers who probably thought our Monte Bondone simulation was messing with their best efforts to emulate the latest 'Ice Road Truckers' episode.
To each his own I guess. Long as those morons don't take me out in a high octane powerslide.
This weekend's looking to be precipitation-free. Hopefully good for some of those nice long early season base miles rides we're longing for.
Enjoy your rides this weekend cafesupporters!
A little lessson in Dutch:ReplyDelete
I guess you wanted to translate "More snow? No more sir" or maybe "Not again sir".
Or even something else?
In case of the first it should be:
Meer sneeuw? Niet meer, meneer.
Nice blog. I like it very much.
Ik zie niets verkeerds met Eddys Nederlands. Maar ik woon nu al 25 jaar in de US. Dus het kan zijn ......ReplyDelete
Eddy's knowledge of Hollandse/Vlaamse sport, culture and traditions is truly amzing!
Love the blog and love het Nederlands!
True. It's the first time that I notice something what's incorrect in my opinion.ReplyDelete
But, after 25 years, 'nee meer'...?
But, it's not that important.
I like the using of Dutch/Flemish in an US-blog.
Thanks for the Dutch lesson...Farelli! And thanks for reading!ReplyDelete