Yesterday, I turned 42. And yesterday, I had to explain again to Jennifer what “Base 13” means.
She surprised me in the morning by asking if I wanted breakfast out. So we took our bikes to the Royal Café in Albany. They do a great waffle, and served the syrup in a shot glass.
Then she asked where to next. I suggested a ride to Costco so we could ride and walk off our breakfast. While we were there, she asked if I still wanted the new external hard drive I had been looking at. I said yes, and the 3 TB external drive was on sale. then as we were walking through the sporting goods, we saw that they had hydration backpacks, and they were one third of the price at REI. So Costco ended up being a big treat as well.
The fun part was getting everything we bought into our new packs and Jennifer’s basket. But we made it and did our normal trail ride home.
When we got home, she gave me at home present which was a bike jersey. But not just any bike jersey, specifically this bike jersey. It fits so well, and I can wear my long-sleeve wicking shirt underneath it too. My other surprise is to go to Citizen Chain where we got our bikes, and get the special locking axels so I won’t have to use the cable with the U-lock, but just be able to use the lock alone. We’ll be doing that with a special bike ride on Saturday morning along the Piers of San Francisco.
So at home, I played with the hard drive, which just now finished formatting in FAT32 to get rid of WD’s partitioning, and will be now be reformatting it in XFS for use by the NAS. Then I’ll move our music and pictures over, and then I’ll be able to attach the old 500GB hard drive to our DVR for additional storage.
Also last night, Jennifer and I did a ride to OSH for some flowers for outside. We got four petunias and put them in Jennifer’s basket. I thought they looked so cool, I took a picture.