Provided I pass quantitative methods it will officially be the end of coursework for my master's degree, and quite possibly for good. (Not feeling the need for a PhD at the moment).
I've still have research and thesis work to complete, so LOTS of work ahead, but it still felt like a significant milestone.
So how do I indulge myself and celebrate?
With a large dose of bikes, that's how.
Spent friday evening in the garage swapping rotors around, and throwing this new Ashima rotor in the mix. I figure with 160mm rotors all the way around I end up with the ability to readily swap front wheels between five different bikes if need be.
To add to the celebration I watched Graeme Obree's story of tackling the hour record in the Flying Scotsman.
I remember him breaking the record, then losing it, then . . . . . well you'll just have to watch it yourself.
I've been meaning to see the movie for a few years, just haven't slowed down enough to indulge in movie watching in a long time.
Favorite part: When Francesco Moser pulls the stick out so to speak and starts cheering for Obree.
|Rotors and Records|
Allman, GSC and I met Mrs. for her commute home.
Been too long since we've had a late night rally around town with friends.
Honestly doesn't get much more fun than that for me.