If you do that ride on Hammond Trail out to Trinidad and back on the weekends, and put good effort towards either interval sprints or a best overall time, that little four mile commute won't make you sweat as much, if at all. Better yet the Fickle Hill loop. Improve your fitness and riding technique by going on longer, tougher weekly or bi-weekly rides and it will make your daily load easier to bear.
Either that or bring your work clothes in a backpack, take a sponge bath in the employee restroom and change clothes before work.
Who would have thought that the marijuana "industry" would turn out to be worse than the lumber industry was for this area? A cost/benefit analysis and comparison of the two would be interesting, I bet Maxxam ends up looking pretty golden.
Q. Where are the Forest Defenders now?
A. They took their settlement moneys and ran to the hills to destroy the ecosystem more thoroughly than the lumber industry ever could.
Thomas Aquinas is the only subject matter expert consulted for this article? Other than unfounded skepticisim, the author provides nothing other than ridicule.
Modern research tells a different story: http://expandedconsciousness.com/2014/02/2…
The offer of a cup of coffee is as insulting as the rest of this article.
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In Print This Week:
Jan 12, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 2
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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