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@ David Collins « Tue 1:11:11 pm »
Seems legit
@ ~Z~ « Tue 1:09:52 pm »
likely nothing, vague posts from chip are vague.
@ David Collins « Tue 12:21:27 pm »
What’d I miss??
@ Chip « Tue 10:16:19 am »
Y’all missed it
@ AARR « Tue 9:36:20 am »
It’s for the cheesecake :)
Chip wrote: You suffer, but why?
@ ~Z~ « Tue 9:29:08 am »
no suffer, we enjoy biking :)
@ Chip « Tue 9:20:26 am »
You suffer, but why?
@ Jetlink « Tue 8:59:08 am »
wakey. Indeed.
@ AARR « Tue 6:51:26 am »
@ ~Z~ « Tue 6:28:15 am »
awaken with thee
@ Talk « Tue 12:48:38 am »
@ Jeff L « Tue 12:00:01 am »
#1 Alpha Male
@ Jetlink « Mon 10:57:14 pm »
Bikey #2 (1 phase) complete. An evening cruise to Lake O and return. 13.98mi Hybrid Cycling 13.98 Distance(mi) 12.52 Avg Speed(mph) 1:07:00 Duration 630 Calories(kcal) 290.0 Elevation Gain(ft)
@ patrick « Mon 10:50:32 pm »
has started a new topic: HESR 3414
@ MikeB89 « Mon 9:34:48 pm »
@ Jetlink « Mon 9:15:55 pm »
We attended the memorial day service at the Woodland Township memorial park as per tradition.
@ Jetlink « Mon 9:13:26 pm »
General Order No.11
General Order No.11, WASHINGTON, D.C., May 5, 1868

i. The 30th day of May, 1868, is designated for the purpose of strewing with flowers or otherwise decorating the graves of comrades who died in defense of their country during the late rebellion, and whose bodies now lie in almost every city, village, and hamlet church-yard in the land. In this observance no form of ceremony is prescribed, but posts and comrades will in their own way arrange such fitting services and testimonials of respect as circumstances may permit. We are organized, comrades, as our regulations tell us, for the purpose among other things, “of preserving and strengthening those kind and fraternal feelings which have bound together the soldiers, sailors, and marines who united to suppress the late rebellion.” What can aid more to assure this result than cherishing tenderly the memory of our heroic dead, who made their breasts a barricade between our country and its foes? Their soldier lives were the reveille of freedom to a race in chains, and their deaths the tattoo of rebellious tyranny in arms. We should guard their graves with sacred vigilance. All that the consecrated wealth and taste of the nation can add to their adornment and security is but a fitting tribute to the memory of her slain defenders. Let no wanton foot tread rudely on such hallowed grounds. Let pleasant paths invite the coming and going of reverent visitors and fond mourners. Let no vandalism of avarice or neglect, no ravages of time testify to the present or to the coming generations that we have forgotten as a people the cost of a free and undivided republic. If other eyes grow dull, other hands slack, and other hearts cold in the solemn trust, ours shall keep it well as long as the light and warmth of life remain to us. Let us, then, at the time appointed gather around their sacred remains and garland the passionless mounds above them with the choicest flowers of spring-time; let us raise above them the dear old flag they saved from dishonor; let us in this solemn presence renew our pledges to aid and assist those whom they have left among us a sacred charge upon a nation’s gratitude, the soldier’s and sailor’s widow and orphan.

ii. It is the purpose of the Commander-in-Chief to inaugurate this observance with the hope that it will be kept up from year to year, while a survivor of the war remains to honor the memory of his departed comrades. He earnestly desires the public press to lend its friendly aid in bringing to the notice of comrades in all parts of the country in time for simultaneous compliance therewith.

iii. Department commanders will use efforts to make this order effective.
By order of JOHN A. LOGAN, Commander-in-Chief N.P. CHIPMAN, Adjutant General
Official: WM. T. COLLINS, A.A.G.
(At many Memorial Day Celebrations folks will read Order Number 11 as part of the ceremony)
@ Jetlink « Mon 9:12:17 pm »
Getting ready to go out and cruise around some more now that the kid’s friends have left and the kids have gone to bed.
@ Jetlink « Mon 9:11:33 pm »
plus 1 mile warm up and 1 mile cool down.
@ Jetlink « Mon 9:11:21 pm »
10.22mi Hybrid Cycling 10.22 Distance(mi) 18.55 Avg Speed(mph) 33:05 Duration 565 Calories(kcal) 191.6 Elevation Gain(ft)
@ Jetlink « Mon 9:11:07 pm »
Bikey complete this morning. https://www.mapmyride.com/workout/7302565252
@ ~Z~ « Mon 8:40:33 pm »
nice riding there AARR. shorter ride for me tonight, about 15 miles. stopped by my brothers for a bit fixing his kickstand.
@ David Collins « Mon 4:48:07 pm »
@ AARR « Mon 4:33:19 pm »
About 31 miles in 2.5ish hours
@ David Collins « Mon 3:02:32 pm »
has started a new topic: Union Pacific’s SD59MX
@ AARR « Mon 2:01:55 pm »
About 15.5 miles to Pontiac mostly on the Clinton River Trail.
@ MQT1223 « Mon 12:43:36 pm »
@ ~Z~ « Mon 11:59:42 am »
awaken with thee
@ AARR « Mon 7:07:25 am »
Joggy joggy
@ AARR « Mon 7:07:18 am »
@ Jeff L « Mon 12:03:11 am »
To all the service men & women of the U.S. armed forces, I salute you.
@ Jeff L « Mon 12:00:01 am »
#1 Alpha Male
@ Jetlink « Sun 11:15:37 pm »
15.17mi Hybrid Cycling 15.17 Distance(mi) 17.46 Avg Speed(mph) 52:08 Duration 780 Calories(kcal) 237.5 Elevation Gain(ft) https://www.mapmyride.com/workout/7301353231
@ Jetlink « Sun 11:13:53 pm »
3 phases about 1 mile warm up and 1 mile cool down each on the graven road. Plus a main ride of 15 miles.
@ Jetlink « Sun 11:12:49 pm »
And Bikey complete of course.
@ Jetlink « Sun 11:12:35 pm »
Evening evening. Cooked some Johnsonville’s on the grill and sauteed some peppers and onions too.
@ Jetlink « Sun 11:11:40 pm »
David Collins wrote: I know that, he just wants to meet some people who are interested in them too
should be perfect then.
@ ~Z~ « Sun 9:59:17 pm »
back home. Friends invited over to cottage for kayaking, fire pit time, brought some dogs and brots, excellent weather out on the lake.
@ David Collins « Sun 9:12:32 pm »
c dot castro
@ Talk « Sun 8:56:56 pm »
Who was it?
@ David Collins « Sun 8:27:03 pm »
juicyj opened for him, some other guy joined him too, this other guy raps like eminem, really like his style
@ Talk « Sun 8:25:47 pm »
I wanna see Dizzy Wright sometime also
@ Talk « Sun 8:25:06 pm »
@ David Collins « Sun 8:24:52 pm »
@ Talk « Sun 8:24:09 pm »
Oh word?
@ David Collins « Sun 6:36:29 pm »
Talk-Talk would be jealous if I said the artist I’m seeing perform tonight
@ David Collins « Sun 6:36:10 pm »
live from hockeytown cafe, then going to a concert after
@ AARR « Sun 4:54:56 pm »
Averaged about 16.4mph the last 32-33 miles
@ AARR « Sun 4:53:11 pm »
41.2 miles, 2’41"25’", 2103 cal, 15.2 mphavg
@ AARR « Sun 3:09:30 pm »
Richmond, 21.3 miles, the first 8.5-9 with Mrs. AARR at 10.5mphavg. Got that up to 14.4. 20 miles to home seems like it’ll be with the wind.
@ David Collins « Sun 1:21:13 pm »
I know that, he just wants to meet some people who are interested in them too
@ Jetlink « Sun 1:07:55 pm »
David Collins wrote: I think my grandpa could be coming with to the meet…he’s interested in trains
Problem with durand meet, There might not be a lot of trains. It will be fun. I’ll have a blast. But it isn’t like Deshler or Fostoria.
@ Jetlink « Sun 1:01:43 pm »
Like nearly every day
@ Jetlink « Sun 1:01:37 pm »
I love our blackstone griddle. Can’t believe how much I use it.
@ Jetlink « Sun 1:01:10 pm »
Leftovers for me. omlette for mrs jet. BLT’s for the kiddos
@ Jetlink « Sun 1:00:48 pm »
Lunchy lunchy.
@ David Collins « Sun 10:41:10 am »
He’s also shown me a few mqt3001 (saturnalia) videos, I told him I happen to know the guy behind the camera
@ David Collins « Sun 10:40:31 am »
I think my grandpa could be coming with to the meet…he’s interested in trains
@ David Collins « Sun 10:39:48 am »
it appears that AARR agrees with that statement :)

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