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Truth and Techniques of Traffic Cycling

In the “better late than never” category, just a quick note for all St. Louis readers that I am co-leading Truth and Techniques of Traffic Cycling, the classroom portion of the CyclingSavvy class series, this Saturday, February 16th. The course … Continue reading

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Another year, another festival

With the exception of my first summer in St. Louis (when I wasn’t in the know), I’ve been to the Festival of Nations every year.ย  In 2010, I wrote about the efforts to “green” the festival. Last year, we deemed … Continue reading

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The housing hunt comes to an end — Part 2

And now, for the rest of the story . . . The first part of this saga ended with finding a good apartment prospect.ย  After not so much deliberation, I wanted to submit the rental application, along with a deposit … Continue reading

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The housing hunt comes to an end

I had the opportunity to write a “green living in St. Louis” guest post for Stacy at Every Little Thing this week.ย  Check it out here.ย  Now, on to the housing saga! Last Wednesday, Matthew and I took some time … Continue reading

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Active transportation tastes better

Our housing hunt continues, and, the day after my birthday, we both took the day off and spent the morning running around (in a car unfortunately) with a realtor looking at houses. We planned to wrap things up by late … Continue reading

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Dinner & Bikes recap

After all my questioning whether or not to attend the StL edition of Dinner & Bikes on Sunday night, and time spent formulating a blog post as I processed things, the event itself was a bit anticlimactic. But let’s start … Continue reading

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Birthday brunch and bicycling

We filled my birthday weekend with delicious food and nice (if warmer than my ideal) biking. We transformed a large Swiss chard harvest into this Quinoa and Kale Swiss Chard Crustless Quiche that I saw on One Hot Stove a … Continue reading

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