(This is a weekly blogging series, started before I did my first weeklong bicycle tour around the little belt on the Danish Baltic Sea Bicycle Route. Now I want to do the whole Bicycle Route next year, and for that, I do some shorter tours to stay in training, study Danish, do other sports, sew some things, plan, map, buy, and worry. And blog about that every Sunday… it is an adventure already.)
I sewed some new things for touring this week:
A shoulder and neck warmer for me after a day of riding to relax shoulders and neck. And maybe on those colder nights to keep this area warm that gets to feel the cold the most being close to the opening of the sleeping bag. 😉
Since I am getting so cosy things, Button decided he needed a jacket, too. I only need to sew some press fasteners on, and it’s finished, he already does not want to take it off. 😉 As soon as it is finished I will take a picture of him in it.
I had another almost-accident this week when a couple decided it would be appropriate to stop and check on one of the bicycles in the middle of the bicycle lane. This would be weird in daylight, but it being dark and no light on neither of their cycles made it dangerous. I almost crashed into them.
I also studied about an hour of Danish this week, went to swim-training (45 minutes), did 45 minutes of yoga and stretching and cycled 32.75km in 2:01:40 h.
keep exploring and smiling
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