But it's a nice reason to have a drink with dinner tonite I guess, and that's all I need at this point.
Current beer-scale: 8.7
I call it a 'slightly canadian' and the key ingredient is a splash of maple rye. Start with any other whiskey or rye you have on hand on ice, throw some maple rye over it and there you have it. Now to try it with every kind of rye I have in the house.
Current beer-scale: a Tuesday-friendly 7.2
I don't care if you're also on a bike, but if you run a red to turn and cut me off I'm going to throw a few words at you when I pass you. If you drive a cab but don't feel like stopping at a stop sign, I'm going to tell you to go fuck yourself. That's just the way things work. It's hotter than balls out and everyone is going crazy.
Current beer-scale: 9.5, just like the temperature out.
Turns out he was fine, thank god. Just threw up after everyone fussing over him got him upset it seems, and a loooooooong trip to the ER confirmed a concussion was not likely. It was a rough day though, made worse by the fact that the trip was perfectly timed so he missed his usual lunch and nap-times, and I wouldn't let him sleep in the car thanks to the concussion fears. Ugh. That was the worst part of the day actually.
So he's fine, I didn't quite get heatstroke, finished the day with a maple rye, and now everything is back to normal for a late night at the office today. Goodie.
Current beer-scale: 8.9
Current beer-scale: 7.1 and going liquor shopping instead
There's still more to do to get a more personalized fit, but that can wait until I've taken a few more rides (took it out on the path in the burbs, I hate the path. Even with Dairy Queen involved). For now I'm happy planning a possible Sunday ride with everyone.
Current beer-scale: a sugary post-colada 4.9