Blair is headed to Germany for a 1.5 year (mostly) ski adventure.
If you would like to support this endeavor then use the bellow button.
All donations will be entered into a chance to win Blair’s car – he will not need it in Germany.
Photo by Aqua
1990 Subaru Loyale
AE82T 1.8L Turbo Engine
New 26" Cooper Cobra Tires
Steel Peugeot Wheels
281000 Miles, about 15,000 on the engine
Front wheel drive, 4 hi, 4 low
For a 25 dollar donation we will enter your contact info on a raffle ticket for the Subaru. The drawing will be held on Wednesday, Nov 17th.
Raffle is 8pm tonight at the Flagstaff Pay N Take. Get there early to buy your ticket.
It was time for a new roof and I had absolutely no experience replacing asphalt shingle roofs. How hard could it be? Pull the old roof, replace rotten wood, lay tar-paper and shingles. Turns out that there was more rotten wood than we expected. The whole ordeal was time consuming and for an unconditioned roofer like me, it was tough on my body ; but I learned a lot about roofs and fortunately I have bike-riding friends who have done this before.
The Hippy Viking and Randini replacing rotten wood.
Our roof crew logged more bike commuting miles than car miles and that includes driving to hardware stores at least 8 times. Barry’s commuter had some sturdy and roomy handlebar buckets.
Look to get yours at handlebarbuckets.com in the near future.
I spent 14 days on our sloped roof. Now my hips, knees feel cranky and my right hand is spent from cutting shingles – this might be what it feels like to ride off-camber mountain-bike single-track trails for two weeks straight.
Fortunately the weather was good for October/November roofing and we finished one day before a cold rain and light graupel snow.
Thursday may find me in the Inner Basin examining the shallow snow-pack of the high northern slopes.