Early spring weather in north Texas has the same roller coaster volatility of the stock market. Warm, calm, and sunny days followed by snow flurries, 25 mph to 35 mph wind, and low clouds. This Saturday we found ourselves in the later, quite a weather valley, as it were, looking for a rebound.
I’ve learned staying low on windy days is more pleasant. That is why Waide Road is so perfect. It is a zero traffic gravel road near home. Short rides on windy days involve cruising along in Clear Creek bottom land, in forested areas, below most of the atmospheric activity.
So, friend, my advice is, “When windy, wander Waide Road”.
Can I live on Waide Road?
The wind was terrible today. I didn’t ride but my son did the Ride for Heroes in Aledo. He said the strong winds and cold made for a very unpleasant ride.
Michael, yes you can. Come by and we’ll go find you a spot.Myles, fighting for balance was unpleasant. Fortunately, I didn’t need to do it for long.
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