Hi everyone. I’ve been a little lax in posting lately mainly due to fatigue. Not from biking, unfortunately, but from interviewing for a couple jobs the past few weeks (I start a new one tomorrow) – I pretty well over-prepare myself for stuff like this, so I’ve been sleepy a bunch this weekend.
The great news is that the new job is with the same company, so I still have the great 7 km commute to work. I can’t wait until I can commute in shorts and a t-shirt again. I miss the feeling of wind against my body that doesn’t threaten to freeze off important parts! Haha.
Monday, February 13, 2006 at 7:00 p.m.
Committee Room 2,Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St. West.
Next week will also see some sub-committee meetings.
A humourous thing that I came across in January reading about cycling issues in New York City (which I don’t believe I posted here) is about the Bike Lane Protector Clowns. That link goes to a great Village Voice article, and Martino recently posted a video about it, which reminded me of it. My favourite part is that their clown hats are little orange traffic pilons.
I’d love to see a bunch of clowns biking Toronto, shaming bikelane parkers (my personal pet peeve is WheelTrans buses always parked on College St. just west of Bay) into moving!