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Thanks to whomever swept my sidewalk . . .

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I'm surprised there aren't plastic chairs out there already.

 

Hey, has Rahm stated his official position on "dibs" yet??

I've wondered about that a few times already (my preferred route east takes me through a block where they do that year-round-- charming!)

Would love to see semi-regular "pickups."

Will Rahm become the next Bilandic? As of 7 am, Lincoln from Southport to Wells had not been salted.

Oh wait, it is not an election year...

I made the first tracks this morning!

Hey, any pics anyone can snap of people cycling w/ snow on the ground would be appreciated!


"some people say this town don't look good in snow"
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It was something like .2 inches -- I'm not too worried about salting and plowing yet.  

Duppie said:

Will Rahm become the next Bilandic? As of 7 am, Lincoln from Southport to Wells had not been salted.

Oh wait, it is not an election year...

I thought it was quite telling that the car lanes were completely clear and salted, and the bike lanes still had fresh, untouched powder on them (not counting the black goo thrown down by the cars). Not a good sign if we get more than a quarter inch of snow in the future, though. Time to put the knobby tires on I guess. :) 

hubbard was way over salted.

 

i already crashed tho.  some more fresh topcoating in a parking lot in the burbs.  that stuff is super slick when covered with water, even moreso with a slight snow coating.

I hear that.  Sometimes its the light snow days that are worse because the roads aren't always plowed since car traffic melts most of the snow, except in the bike lane.  Still, a relatively easy ride in, though extra cautious due to fear of the thin ice layer.  First day for my lobster gloves and balaclava too.

Melanie said:

I thought it was quite telling that the car lanes were completely clear and salted, and the bike lanes still had fresh, untouched powder on them (not counting the black goo thrown down by the cars). Not a good sign if we get more than a quarter inch of snow in the future, though. Time to put the knobby tires on I guess. :) 

Just a dusting here.  I should go out and sweep the sidewalk.

I'm loving it fenderless and wet assed
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