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May 19, 2000

DOG RIDE

Cycling no matter which way you travel on the Pacific Coast Highway (US 1) isn't really easy. There are up and down hills and many cliff hugging curves. The hardest section is really between San Francisco and Leggett, California.

I was making my way northward up a moderate grade between the small towns of Tomales and Fallon when another cyclist zipped passed me heading south. I just had a glimpse of him for a few seconds. He was really going fast.

Helping him to have that fast speed was a two-wheeled trailer that was really packed to the gills and packed up high. What really stuck in my mind about that trailor was that in front was a German Shepherd puppy. I'm not sure whether the look on it's face was one of enjoyment of the ride or the fact that it might be scared. I will never know because the distance between us increased ever so quickly.




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