I recently reopened my Facebook account and sort of added a link on my blog [tho the image will not work for some reason?].
I had Facebook 4 years ago, but found it too busy and I was quite happy with just having my blog and Flickr photo set and closed my account. Years later I found that there were many friends and family that only do Facebook and I wanted to stay in touch with them and see their photos etc…I also sort have Twitter. My friend Wayne said that I had to have Twitter and he set it up for me. I do not really know how to use it and do not really understand the tweets I see, kind of looks like a bunch of gibberish to me, but I must be missing something. What I do know is that people really like Twitter and often sign up to follow, so maybe I should get myself educated on how it works?
I have different sets of people that follow my blog, Flickr, Twitter and Facebook. All with cross overs, for sure, but many that follow only one or the other….what do you follow or interact with?
Fall is in full swing here and I have been enjoying going for rides on the Holliston railtrail. The trail is about 7 miles long and connects with a paved section in Milford, that is also about 7 miles [but is interrupted in the middle]. The Holliston section is partially improved with hardpack gravel in two sections, but most improved is the tunnel. This used to be so wet and muddy [thick black mud that you do not want to put your foot in]. This would keep me from riding the trail in that area, which would have me ride the most dangerous road section instead and also a big hill. Now that the tunnel area is fixed I can leave right out the door of my shop and ride contently without traffic.
I have been riding the green Truss demo bike and man I really like this bike :) I wish I could keep it for myself, but alas it is for sale and will most likely fund various shop needs. My big air compressor is dieing a slow death and needs a new motor, so that will be first on the list.
I finally finished Rod’s Basket Bike! This bike for various reasons has been on the books longer than any other ANT in history. I am very happy to have it completed and now need to figure out how to box it up best for it’s shipment to Taiwan.
Rod’s bike has 4 couplers, Alfine 11 speed hub, Belt drive, disc brakes, Schmidt dyno hub and light, King HS, ANT stem, Tubis rack. [saddle and post were just added for the picture].