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My Cycling Log

2006-11-26 17:17:02 726

My first post as a married man and from another rainy damned country!! Yay!

2006-11-16 07:31:26 725

Saturday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 69. Calm wind becoming west around 5 mph.

2006-11-15 07:40:43 724

Saturday: Partly cloudy, with a high near 69. North northwest wind around 5 mph.

2006-11-14 18:24:24 723

Saturday's forecast for Natchez as of now from the National Weather Service: Mostly sunny, with a high near 68. North northwest wind around 5 mph.

Yay, I'm getting married. In days.

2006-11-13 22:27:42 722

Less than a week! Forecast is currently "Saturday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 69." This morning the forecast was a high of 64 so it looks like the odds of good weather are getting better.

2006-11-07 22:42:35 721

Logistics. Makes a honeymoon complicated. Never had to plan this many reservations and confirmations and stuff before.

2006-11-02 18:51:49 720

This past weekend was the weekend that all other weekends from here on out shall be measured against. I took off half a day on Friday, got all packed up, and Sesti picked me up. We met up with Josh and Bryan and headed south. After dark we made it to the Warwick Hotel. I checked us in and Josh found a parking garage next door. The lobby looked great and things started to go downhill from there. The elevator was one of the smallest ever; the four of us barely fit on it with our bags. The room was interesting with bad carpet and was in general disrepair. At least it was cheap. We headed out to find the Crescent City Brewhouse but missed it and ended up at Margaritaville. I had a cheeseburger covered in seafood and it was great. From there we headed back to the hotel, which was a freaking long walk. After Bryan poured Dr Pepper everywhere, we headed out to Bourbon Street. We were tired of walking so we found a place to sit down for a while. It was a late night but we had a lot of fun. On Saturday morning we went to the Cafe du Monde. Pretty soon after we went to Crescent City and I had some great crab stuffed shrimp. In the afternoon Sesti, Josh, and I headed toward the city park for Voodoo. The trolleys were packed so we started walking north on Canal. I gmaped things on my phone and saw that it was a long long way to the park. We stopped in front of the Days Inn and a cab stopped for us. Had the best of luck as the couple who rode with us were MSU alumns and gave Josh a ticket. The cab driver was nuts though. Luckily we survived the trip and got to walk about another mile into the park. After making it through security, we watched Social Distortion and then the Chili Peppers came on. It was awesome. The Peppers put on a great show. Afterward we headed out the gates and got the privilege of paying $10 to catch a bus back to downtown. Met up with Bryan and made a circuit down Bourbon to check out all of the crazy costumes people were out in. On Sunday we got up and headed to Abita Springs across the causeway. I ate a ton of fried seafood and it was great. The Andy Gator was nice too. I even bought a tshirt. Afterward we headed on back to Starkvegas.

2006-11-01 22:54:26 719

Thank you Wamu for all of your advertisements and not offering accounts in the great state of Mississippi.

2006-11-01 22:18:26 718

Yay, MythBusters had a Kubrick reference to 2001.

2006-10-31 22:47:05 717

October is nearly over. So no more unreadable pink. Until next year!

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