|Another sucking day in Seattle||siclmn|
Apr 15, 2002 1:14 PM
|We are into our 10 to 1 day cycle. That is 10 days of rain to one dry day. If I lived in San Deigo would I ever have this problem?|
|you can't live in Seattle||ColnagoFE|
Apr 15, 2002 1:18 PM
|and bit*h about the rain. that's sort of a given with seattle. i should know. lived in ballard for a while. liked the city--hated the weather.|
Apr 15, 2002 2:40 PM
|whats a little rain.
get a jacket
get on your rain bike (full fenders) and ride.
portland is just as wet as seattle and still i ride
|no, Portland is not quite as cold and wet nm||sprockets2|
Apr 16, 2002 7:03 AM
|Cry me a river!||mixinbeatz|
Apr 15, 2002 3:40 PM
|If you live in seattle don't cry about the rain, you must embrace the wet. At least you were not out in Elma, WA racing through cow shit yesterday like some of us. Then you have something to bitch about, riding through one lane farm roads, trying to change flat tires as fast as you can, while at the same time trying to wipe cow crap off of your glasses while people hit the road around you. Invest in some good fenders, and move to california if you don't like it here!!!|
|Ah yes, Seattle||davet|
Apr 15, 2002 8:22 PM
|I used to live in Seattle. I wasn't tanned, it was rust!
The skies were often described as 'elephant grey'.
I was told that a man in Seattle that wore a grey flannel suit was in perfect camoflage.
|But those 3 days in August are spectacular!||LC|
Apr 16, 2002 9:13 AM
|How long do I have to go now? All those people that moved here from California are finally starting to flee, which is good because the traffic is even worse than the rain. I can usually bike from one end of the city to the other during rush hour (which lasts all day long now!) before a car can drive it. At least the ducks and my rain bike are happy.|| |