Saturday, October 07, 2006

Bicycle madness

Bike Boy went for a wee ride today.....to Frankston and back. For those of you who have no idea of Melbourne's geography, that is a freaking long way. 150km round-trip. Just to show you how far that is, here's a map:

The wonky red X is roughly where we live, and Frankston is circled in red....wa-a-ay down at the start of the Mornington Peninsular.

He came back red-faced, sweaty and demanding one of my super-deluxe stretching sessions. I traded it for a coffee, assuming he was going to brew me up the real thing, which he does so well, but I was gypped - he made me instant! Boy, does he owe me....

He's now taking a nap, the poor love.

10 comments:

kathrynoh said...

OMG... that's a long trip when you're driving! What a top effort. I'd not be letting him get away with the instant coffee though either.

Kek said...

Don't worry, he isn't getting away with anything. He's brewing up a pot of espresso as I type. :p

Debstar said...

Should I admit this...I'm a leg girl. Love looking at well developed quads and calves in men and women - weird I know. Are you gonna satisfy my perversion and give us a photo of his legs?

Kek said...

I'll see what I can do Deb. He definitely has good quads and calves.

He's actually planning to train down over the next few months, because his thighs only just fit into his jeans, while the waist and bum are baggy. I wonder where bodybuilders get their pants? Or do they just live in stretch fabrics?

MTB Girl said...

He needs some pretty happy pants :P MC Hammer style...

Sorry Kek....2 glasses of wine has me under the table tonight....

Deb said...

What a good gal you are to stretch the poor guy.....instant coffee though??!!!! You WERE robbed!

P.S. I'm with you on the fridge decorations. ;)

Kek said...

OMG Amanda, that reminds me - he used to have a pair of happy pants! *goes off to find a pic*

Jadey 0:-) said...

I question driving that far! mmm Has he had a psych test recently?

MTB Girl said...

Hey, where's the happy pants photo?
:P

Kek said...

The happy pants were in the pre-digital age, Amanda - I'll have to dig out the print and scan it....I know it's here somewhere.

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