Sunday, November 11, 2007

And In The End...

I've been thinking about this for a few weeks now, and I've decided it's time to end this blog and fold the content into the new blog, Cycling Carson City.

My idea is to keep this blog for archival purposes, and create a column or daily feature on the new blog that has stories of our lunch time rides. This will benefit me, as I will only have to maintain one blog. It should benefit you, the reader, as you'll only have to go to one place for content. It should make the new blog a more well rounded blog that will be more fun to read.

I think the only drawback will be for the loyal blogger readers that can easily make comments on this blog. It will take a little more effort to make comments on the new blog if you don't have an account on Word Press.

Please update your links! I noticed some of you already have, and I thank you for that.

So if there are no massive protests or objections, I'll see you over at Cycling Carson City! The cycling revolution begins...

12 comments:

Marcus said...

Being a "Bi" blogger has always been confusing for me. I welcome the change... See you at the new blog!

Smudgemo said...

...the love you take, is equal to the love you make.

Jeff P said...

Good decision.

Tank said...

I look forward to seeing you in that new shirt of yours.

Jeff said...

Ok, not very obscure, but Smudgemo once again catches my song reference (the first one being my "Where's that confounded bridge?). Thought I'd take the blog out Abbey Road style...

Tank, you're just jealous because I could actually fit into that shirt!

Jeff said...

Just remembered...I'll get all your links up on the new blog today!

oldmanandhisbike said...

I for one will miss the Facility and warmly welcome the Carson City blog. Couldn't get through my day without it!
Obscure lyrics: "I got blisters on my fingers!"

Smudgemo said...

When I get to the bottom I go back to the top of the slide, where I stop and I turn and I go for a ride, till I get to the bottom and I see you again.
Sounds like a day riding Northstar or Downieville.

Jeff said...

Is that Motley Crue or U2? I can't remember...

Smudgemo said...

I was going to note that question, but then realized only the Beatles mentioned having blisters. The real question was if it was Ringo or John that said it...

oldmanandhisbike said...

Helter Skelter.
I believe John yells it at the end of the song.
But I really do not know.
Remember: Nothing is impossible except for that which is impossible.
Over and out.

lauren said...

uh oh. looks like i haven't been here in a while.

better update the link on mine too.