Friday, July 22, 2011


Patience is good for bicycle riders and motorists alike, especially during a heatwave in July. Lohbado rode his bicycle down a freeway service road, full exposure to blast heat of noon sun. Stay focused. Don't run into a pot hole or get caught in a deep rut and fall off the bicycle. Don't ride through red lights. Beware of motorists who cut too close. They have the power to knock down and kill a cyclist. Be patient. Don't lose your cool. Getting too intense only makes confusion worse.   Ride towards cream puff clouds. Soft white shapes cool the mind. Read the pattern of tar lines, bumps and craters in the pavement. Lohbado laughed himself silly at the sheer silliness of his silly thoughts. Imagine a sailboat, floating across the sky.

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