That way when you reach your goals, you can try for something a little more lifty next time. It turns out that's the Danish way, "and conclude that the country’s secret is a culture of low expectations."
Remember, you need to register (once) to read the NYT online. It is free and worth it. Their new multimedia section, e.g. film reviews read on camera by the same critics who have hid behind their desks for 20 years is worth admission alone. [link]
Total of 19 inches for the season for September, 2006!!!!!! September 22, 2006 --- 8 Inches and snowing; September 21, 2006 --- 5 Inches; September 16, 2006 --- 2 Inches; September 15, 2006 --- 2 Inches
1) Tramway intersection to downtown is ALL downhill when you look west down Central
2) If there are lots of traffic lights (Central, and lots of lights without through streets) a bike is faster than a car (run a red here and there; coast to red lights then peddle like hell to make the green)
3) BUSES: I passed my first bus near Wyoming—using for the first and only time the middle lane—and that bus never lapped me.
4) There is some construction and detours (State Fair shit at Louisiana), Nob Hill—which I treat, weaving among pylons, as my personal bike only lane
5) Once you hit campus there is a bus lane followed by a straight downhill luge tp downtown.
Disclaimer: my math skills suck, but I have an associate's degree in Watch Reading.