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Silent Sunday (Well, Not Quite)

Today's bike ride was supposed to take us across the Wilson Bridge on the bike path.  About a third of the way across, the skies opened up, and three miles later I arrived home totally soaked.  I'm becoming to be amazed at the bike paths around the Washington Metro area.

Comment balloon 22 commentsPatricia Kennedy • August 30 2009 08:39PM
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