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Tuesday, August 24, 2004

What I did last week. Ride: and all the wonderful things that go with it. Read the first installment about the Ride Across Eastern South Dakota (RAESD) .

It is the first milti-day ride I have been on for some time. It went well considering that a one-day 40 at a leisurely pace was the best I could claim for the year until last Wednesday. There will be a followup story(s) written by Brooke Anderson who rode on the the tour with us.

The weekend. See you at the Spoken Word tent at the 2004 SD Festival of Books. I will join other poets as we share our inspiration with the public throughout the day on Saturday (August 27-29, 2004).

A glimpse of the tour in the CinquainT style, a little 3X3X3 packet.

High On A Bike Tour

Two wheel
turn on— heart, legs,
muscle burning steep climb,
lactic acid tingle—mind over

In the meantime here is a site that boasts the efforts of Olympic Last Places .

Visit the site.

It is not a joke, but a genuine tribute to the commitment-to-excellence that is usually missed because most everyone believes winners have to finish in first place.


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