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Thursday, November 24, 2005

So I am At Home Watching Scooby Do....



I don't know if it is the thick air or the poison from the thorn bushes but I sleep great in Wisconsin. For the next 6 days I am completely off the bike, or any form of physical fitness for that matter, and enjoying the food and family that makes Wisco my home (btw I am bringing cheese curds home, first come, first serve!).

My annual trip back to the mother land is always bitter sweet, trying to visit all of my family in only a matter of a week, and the whole time knowing in only a matter of couple days I will have to say goodbye and head back to the daily grind.



Thanks to Uncle Crispy and Aunt Katie, I am now manning operation digestion and for the first time in over ten years enjoying meat on Thanksgiving. Today is one of those days when you feel like you have a "get out of jail free card" when it comes to eating. I hope your stuffed, from my family to yours, happy holidays. Time to enjoy the entire "That 70's Show" marathon...

4 Comments:

Blogger Adam Lisonbee said...

Happy Holidays...I love get out of jail free eating days. I also consider every day after a 24 hour race one of those days.

Looks like you guys had an amazing time down at White Rim. I almost blew off a bunuch of commitments to join you guys, but it was not to be.

10:27 AM  
Blogger Jordan Peterson said...

It must be good to be back home!

6:48 PM  
Anonymous Chris Conrad said...

If you'll notice in the picture, I'm pointing my finger at Nick. What you don't get is the audio in which I'm saying, "If this picture winds up on your blog . . ."

It was great fun having you over for the holiday, and there are still some leftovers if you want to take them back with you!

Uncle Chrispy and Aunt Katie

2:42 PM  
Blogger Sarah Lukas said...

Wisconsin was glad to have ya back. You are doing awesome over there!

2:36 PM  

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