Monday, July 19, 2010
It has been one busy work week that just doesn't end. This weekend was the drill weekend for July and we led the reserves through both swim qual and a CFT. It made for some pretty long days and I can't wait until our comp days (compensation) this Thursday and Friday to get some much needed time off. Seems that my body is finally starting to get used to the idea of riding everyday again, my speed has gone down a bit recently because of the PT (physical training) program we have going here at work, but it's comming back.
Anyway, I just wanted to make a short entry today because it feels like it's been a really long time.
Sunday, July 11, 2010
Anyway, Kassy had gone out on a small shopping trip with Callum and some friends so Maddock and I were left to spend some time together and I thought it would be a great idea to go to the lake. I loaded up the van with our bikes and the trailer. First thing when we got out to the lake, Maddock to ride his bike.
Maddock really enjoyed the 5 mile loop around the lake and even wanted to do another lap, so I turned around and went back the other way. Well, as expected, about half way back around the lake I look back and there he is.
Friday, July 9, 2010
It's so dirty!
Should I clean it or take it to a place and get it cleaned?
I wouldn't have to pay me to clean it, now that I think about it, I need to wash the van too.
Still planning to write about Maddock and me at the lake, just need to sit down with my computer, I tend to forget about it sometimes because of the capabilities of this phone.
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Okay, so here's a picture of the top of my front fork. See that Sergeant chevron right there? Well I put it there to be funny and add a tiny touch of motto to the bike. Seems though that the gate guards can't see them, nor can they see the E5 and SGT on my ID card that I have to show them. Thursday I had a Gunny salute me, third time this has happened to me. I have plans to write a big artilce about my trip to Miramar Lake with my 2 year old son, Maddock. I'll need to do that on a computer though.