Sun Moon University on a super cold day!

So after checking the weather forecast last night, and reading that it would be a sunny day, I was all set for some touring today. Well, the weather report was a little off, and by “a little,” I really mean “completely off!” It had snowed the night before and it was still snowing tiny bits of snow. The temperature plummeted to 33 deg F (1 deg C). Determined to still get out there, I layered up a few layers of clothes, and just went for it. There was no way around it, during the first 20 minutes, I was miserable due to not being able to feel parts of my face, fingers, toes, and etc. I made it my goal to pedal as fast as I could in order to warm up my body quickly. It worked to some extent.

Today’s goal was to check out Sun Moon University. I took a very indirect backroads route and then arrived in around an hour. It was an interesting university. Much bigger than I originally imagined.

I then biked in downtown Choenan for awhile, for reasons I can’t explain. It could be because I ate too many bowls of Frosted Flakes this morning and was feeling wired!

About Chris

Run, bike, climb. I also eat and sleep sometimes.
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