Well, here’s one of my outfits (perhaps the most fabulous one!). To see the others, you’ll have to watch on http://experience.aidslifecycle.org. (Or wait until after the Ride, when I’ll put up another Web page with my photos. 🙂 )
I’m slowly winding down from sewing night and day. Tonight I go for a very light spin on the trainer””very low zone 1 work, basically a “bike stroll” to keep my legs moving. I also need to get a new camera battery””I discovered, to my dismay, that three of my four camera batteries are dead as a doornail. Can’t have that happening on the Ride!
Very little else to say”¦tomorrow is Orientation Day, I get to drop off my bike, watch the safety video, and”¦get my wristbands!!
(You have to wear a pair of wristbands on the ride””one ID’s you and gives the main ride number to call in case you get into an accident, the other identifies you as having watched the safety video (you can’t ride without it). I wear mine with pride.)