Tuesday, February 9, 2010

no cell no movies

I got out to good old trail 100 this past weekend for a solo ride and had a blast.

I Missed the first half of the Superbowl, but I have no regrets. I helped a guy out on the trail. Had two blown tires and only one tube. Gave him one of my tubes and he fixed my hand pump. Got himself back on the trail. Said he had a long walk home otherwise.

You see some trees along the washes have been uprooted from all the rain we have been blessed with in recent weeks. Also see that wonderful green grass all over the desert.

Man, I like this old Schwinn Moab. I've ridden better bikes, but I'm used to it. It's good enough for me. Someone asked me how I can take photos without a cell phone. I answered, "with a camera".

Think I post some reward signs for my lost Cell phone. Maybe someone in that house will give it to me. Anyway, heres a repeat of the last post so you know what I am talking about.

Cell Phones

I lost my phone on the way to work the other day. One of the reasons that I have not posted any video as it was my video player. 

Funny thing is I can see exactly where the phone is located via gps. The person who has it, takes it with them to the laundry mat and out. Mostly they just stay at home. I have talked to two different people in the home but neither know anything about it.  What kind of person won't return a persons cell phone? I was thinking old man (who didn't know what it was or teenager) but no, this doesn't appear to be the case. I am going to have to give up on getting it back soon as Venu is due any day now. She has to be able to get in touch with me.


  1. You need to explain this to me. How do you know where the is, or at the laundy mat? Have you been there when the phone is there or put up a sign?

  2. Saw it on the gps. Got the phone back today as they were frog marching the 'thieves and scumbags's off to jail. Will have to do a post on this one. The 'lady' who had the phone took a bunch of pictures of herself, added her contacts, deleted mine, and played solitaire to a negative three hundred score.