April 24: Short ride, errands, nothing to see here.
April 25: I slept poorly and awoke feeling out of sorts in a
Crohn's-y sort of way; and if I hadn't pre-registered I might have
stayed home, but I went. Across town to our Jewish Community
Center, to enjoy lunch and hear a lecture I'd looked forward to in
weeks. I went multi-modal both ways -- thank goodness for Trimet -- and
enjoyed myself. By the time I got home the real fatigue was setting in.
Done for the day.
(Below: en route - Portland Bus Mall; At the JCC; and homeward on MAX Light Rail.)
April 26: Rain and short sun breaks, taking turns all day. Rode to Kenton to see how the new location for Kenton Cycle Repair was shaping up; stopped for lunch at Cup & Saucer (yeah, I've got a thing for the place) and then rode home. Actually warm enough to wear just a sweatshirt when it wasn't raining. The days are warming up, slowly and surely.
"It's Spring, and the world is puddle-wonderful..." -- e. e. cummings