Saturday, October 06, 2007

Scenes from a Revolutionary Life

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I think I'll just post photos, and let them tell the story for now. It was a wonderful, inspiring, exhausting, exhilarating day!








17 comments:

shiloh said...

I sure wasn't expecting a post this quick. I was thinking maybe tomorrow. Cool pics as usual. Robbs looks quite happy. I'd say it was a good day.

peace balance said...

looks like all went well. looking forward to reading it too

dorks anonymous said...

Congratulations!!!! I am sooo proud of all involved. It looks like it was a lot of fun and a lot of work. Can't wait to hear the story of the day.

Anonymous said...

said it before...
I'll say it again...
I thinketh you rocketh...

Thanks for the inspiration!

gf

Anonymous said...

A bajillion congratulations! And although I had nothing to do with it, I still feel a weird sense of pride and accomplishment just by KNOWING you guys! Woooohooooo!
-wassamatta_u

Kim said...

Wonderful, looking forward to reading about it!!!!!

mimulus said...

sounds fantastic! 25 miles is an accomplishment that many ablebodied out there could not manage. YOu guys rock!

Fauxho said...

I can tell by the Bubbly and the smile you must have made it...Great job!..Thank you for posting..xoxo..Fauxho

Anonymous said...

Lisa, your photog skills are, as usual, incredible. Beautiful shots, and congrats on your 25 miles too darlin! What a good thing you guys have done. Good karma coming to you....

Robb, you look really great! Happy, vibrant, hunkified. Great work!

I am so very happy for you. I'm not even sure if i could ride around the block anymore!

Love and Kisses, Kathy van Gogh

Anonymous said...

Just lie around today and bask in the happiness and the soreness. We are there with every ache you may feel today, and it was worth it! Very inspiring!

Have you guys considered this as a regular thing? How about in the disabled Olympics? There has to be a better name than disabled, though. Maybe challenged, or stubborn, Olympics. For example, my neighbors are having a difficult time raising their alpacas, as it turns out several of them are gay, and thus won't reproduce. You haven't seen anything until you've seen lesbian alpacas going at it in a farmyard. I suggested re-naming their farm "Alternative Alpacas".

Thus, in my way of reasoning, There has to be a place where you can compete regularly and be considered an alternative competitor. Also, Gary says not to take steroids, as any wins you will achieve will be tainted by scandal.

Glad to hear the good news, hope you didn't run over any Tarantantulas.

Annalisa and Gary

Anonymous said...

Looks like you guys had a great time!

CONGRATS!!!!

Anonymous said...

Way to go Lisa and Robb!!

We are so proud of you both!

Congratulations!!!

Team Springamajack

Music Woman said...

Congratulations to you on completing your 25 mile ride! This just shows that if you put your mind to it, anything is possible!

Great job!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful, beautiful-- your pictures say it all--- Robb looks radiant!

Anna

Anonymous said...

Way to go Robb!! You look great...hope ur feeling same...

Love Paul & Zulay

kitkatknit said...

Congrats on the ride! I've been riding a WizWheelz Terratrike since 2004 and before that a Vision R40. My brother and I started blogging about recumbents in 2001 (no longer an active blog though) so it's great to see trike blogging!

Anonymous said...

Yee Ha, congrats
S in NS

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