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April 20, 2009

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Karin SG

Hi Kimo, first time reading your blog (thanks to the link in your recent email) - highly amusing, so I think I'll come back to it! Though, how you find the time to write all that AND bike as much as you do, one can just wonder.

I love that picture of the forsythia bushes. It looks amazingly dynamic, as if the bushes themselves were zooming along with you on your bike. All a matter of perspective, I guess.


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