Simple pleasures



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BB

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Mountain biking is full of simple pleasures (as it is one itself), but I
have to say I get a minor rush our of the momentary pool of brown water on
the bottom of the shower as I'm first rinsing the dirt off my legs.

....or is it just the adrenaline that makes everything more fun?

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Monique Y. Mudama

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On 2004-05-30, BB penned:
> Mountain biking is full of simple pleasures (as it is one itself), but
> I have to say I get a minor rush our of the momentary pool of brown
> water on the bottom of the shower as I'm first rinsing the dirt off my
> legs.


I'm psyched every time I can take a shower after mtbing without wincing
at getting soap in a fresh cut.


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monique
 
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Shawn Curry

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Monique Y. Mudama wrote:
> On 2004-05-30, BB penned:
>
>>Mountain biking is full of simple pleasures (as it is one itself), but
>>I have to say I get a minor rush our of the momentary pool of brown
>>water on the bottom of the shower as I'm first rinsing the dirt off my
>>legs.

>
>
> I'm psyched every time I can take a shower after mtbing without wincing
> at getting soap in a fresh cut.


I look at that as a sign of pushing myself hard enough. Trips to the ER
are a sign of pushing TOO hard :)

Shawn
 
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Bill Wheeler

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On 30 May 2004 22:26:01 GMT, BB <[email protected]> wrote:

>Mountain biking is full of simple pleasures (as it is one itself), but I
>have to say I get a minor rush our of the momentary pool of brown water on
>the bottom of the shower as I'm first rinsing the dirt off my legs.
>
>...or is it just the adrenaline that makes everything more fun?


D'oh!

Peace,
Bill
The mind serves properly as a window glass rather
than as a reflector, that is, the mind should give
an immediate view instead of an interpretation of the world.
:-]
 
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Monique Y. Mudama

Guest
On 2004-05-31, Shawn Curry penned:
> Monique Y. Mudama wrote:
>> On 2004-05-30, BB penned:
>>
>>>Mountain biking is full of simple pleasures (as it is one itself),
>>>but I have to say I get a minor rush our of the momentary pool of
>>>brown water on the bottom of the shower as I'm first rinsing the dirt
>>>off my legs.

>>
>>
>> I'm psyched every time I can take a shower after mtbing without
>> wincing at getting soap in a fresh cut.

>
> I look at that as a sign of pushing myself hard enough. Trips to the
> ER are a sign of pushing TOO hard :)
>


*grin*

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monique