Monthly Archives: April 2010

the light moment

Today is day 120 of my 365 Project. We’re 1/3 through the year, and I have posted a new photo every day for 120 days. I have learned to take my camera with me everywhere and to make sure I … Continue reading

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my boy george

In our family, we all have our favorite cyclists. Mine has always been George Hincapie.  (Go ahead, take a moment and check him out.) He has been in the Tour de France fourteen times, most of those times as Lance … Continue reading

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bicycle works

A year ago we thought that getting involved with the City of Davis’ bicycling push, especially the new U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame would be a pretty good idea. We had been pretty quiet here in town (at least work … Continue reading

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driving miss alex

Seems like we were just strapping her into her car seat, making jokes that she would never hit 40 pounds and she’d be going to her high school prom in it. Yeah, I actually thought I could keep her strapped … Continue reading

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steve and al at the ballpark

Friday night father-daughter son time. Not sure if he was more thrilled that his team beat hers, or that he got to see Tim Lincecum pitch 7 innings, or the fact that she might now know more about baseball than … Continue reading

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you want proof?

1. Steve once again proves he is Father of the Year. Tonight, St. Louis (Alex’s team) vs. the Giants (his team). Second row, behind home plate. With the fancy people. They’ll be there. 2. The U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame … Continue reading

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this is what you call a family adventure

Though it doesn’t belong to me. I am an onlooker, and an envious one at that. It belongs to my cousin Mike, his wife Anna, and their three kids. He’s my first cousin, literally, and I have always loved and … Continue reading

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