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That's a heck of lot lower than the existing old railroad/current Georgetown Branch trail bridge going over Rock Creek. Or the guy in the sweater is twenty feet tall.

Statistically speaking, we've already passed the "Coldest Day of the Year" (the week of the 14th), and today was probably it for this winter.

So whomever bike commuted today (I did!) technically already did a "Coldest Day of the Year Ride"...:o)

no commuting today, but I took a quick break to ride up to the hardware store for some nuts and bolts this evening. Does that count? That, and a 1-foot pass by a Rosa's Pet Grooming truck on the way back. I do believe that every time I decide to be nice and stay close to the margins of the lane, failing to roll down the middle of the lane, some driver does stupidly close.

I've never had an issue with the unpaved Georgetown Branch Trail. Never ridden it, either. Since they seem to want two bridges, they could build the new bridge for their buses and leave the trestle for joggers etc. Ah, well. My wish for a parallel trail along the Brunswick line won't come to pass, either.

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