Sunday Cycle Ride Loop From Biddeford, ME

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Well, it’s been just beautiful these past several days in Maine. I’ve ridden about 85 miles. I’m not sure how much longer it’s going to last before I have to put the bike way and bring out the snowshoes. This ride took us past Walker’s Point, home of the late GHW Bush. Sorry, I didn’t take the photo.

People were still swimming here in November. If that’s not proof positive of global warming I don’t know what is! Perhaps palm trees here in the near future (hey,they grow on England’s southwest coast).

3 thoughts on “Sunday Cycle Ride Loop From Biddeford, ME

  1. Debbie Jordan 11/11/2020 / 6:15

    Yes, we have one of those too, each January. But we also have people who just swim all year around, without the fanfare. Rochester probably does, too. It takes all kinds!

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  2. Debbie Jordan 11/10/2020 / 19:56

    There are people who swim up here year round. Always have been. It’s not global warming – they’re just crazy.

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    • Stephen Fielding Images 11/10/2020 / 20:34

      In Rochester we had the Polar Plunge each January. People used to line up to run into Lake Ontario with ice banks (frozen surf) 6 feet high all around. There were always firefighters in wetsuits in the water ready to pluck anyone who collapsed–yes, crazy.

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