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“There is no machine known that is more efficient than a human on a bicycle.  A bowl of oatmeal, 30 miles, you can’t come close to that.”
~Bill Nye

On The Bike…
A bottle of red wine and all the ingredients for whole wheat-roast vegetable pizza. Click here for recipes.

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Things that can be carried on a bike (#728)…

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A pug!

This is Maxwell, one of the pugs that owns me. He is relieved as we were on our way home from the groomer and having painful ingrown dew claws dealt with. He’s resting now with his new rawhide chew-toy.

Things that can be carried on a bike (#727)…

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On the bike:

A small backpack containing wet gym clothes, about $25 in groceries and sundries, and a small Charlie Brown-Style Christmas Tree.

Things that can be carried on a bike (#726)…

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“The bicycle, the bicycle surely, should always be the vehicle of novelists and poets.”
― Christopher Morley

On the bike…a new 6′ metal shelf still in its packaging. 

 

Things that can be carried on a bike (#725)…

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$52 in groceries, $47 in office supplies, two bottles of red wine, a camera, and a backpack containing a change of clothes from the gym.

Things that can be carried on a bike (#724)…

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“There is no machine known that is more efficient than a human on a bicycle.”

~Bill Nye

To read Bill Nye’s short essay, Why I Bike, and from where this quote was culled, click here.

To see more in the Things That can be Carried on a Bike series, click here.


On the bike: $47 in groceries.

Things that can be carried on a bike (#723)…

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There is a communion of more than our bodies when bread is broken and wine is drunk.

~M.F.K. Fisher

On the bike: An electric mixer, an 18-year-old sourdough starter, and all the small-wares and ingredients to to have a bread baking class.

Urban Simplicity.  

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