Weather: Blue sky, sunshine, and 70 degrees. In a word… Perfect!
It’s six p.m. on a gorgeous Spring evening in Minnesota. I am sitting in my attic, under the skylight, typing on my computer. What’s wrong with this picture?
Of course, any idiot knows that I should be out riding.
But this idiot has a dilemma. You see, I feel a responsibility to update this blog on a regular basis. Even though the climate is no longer intent on killing me during my commute every day, I still feel that I should be able to glean some sort of wisdom, and convey some meaningful message, from every ride to work.
Well folks… it ain’t always like that.
I mean, the lessons are there, but I have already shared many of them. I certainly don’t want to be repetitious. It occurs to me now that I could have just gone for a nice, long ride tonight, with my camera, and come up with something that I could write about tomorrow night.
Shoulda, woulda… yeah.
Okay, here’s what I want to do: Reduce the overall quantity of blog entries in this season of good riding, so that I myself can do more riding. Then, when I do update the blog, you will have something of real quality to read.
With “The Baron in Winter”, I was updating 3-4 times per week. I propose to reduce that to 2-3 instead, during the normal riding season. That way, I can spend more time gathering quality material, taking really good photographs, and making Rush Hour Rambling a truly entertaining and informative experience for my readers.
But…what do you think?