Dāku Sheimu wa fukou daa.
As for Dark Shame, it is misforturne.
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As of July 9th, I finished all 4355 miles of the TransAmerica in 54 days. It was a really amazing experience but it's been hard adjusting to having a normal life again. I still wake up in the morning thinking I have to pedal all day. On the bright side, I can now catch up on all the the chinese cartoons I've had to forsake. There's actually some fun shows this season. Watching anything?
Nah, this was my first time riding cross-country, though I've talked about doing it for years. Back around 3 years ago, I watched Honey & Clover for the first time, which opened my eyes to the existence of long distance bicycle touring, leading me to pick up cycling as a sport and to purchase my first serious bike. That's why I bought Hermes, a steel touring bike, over a carbon fiber road bike that most racers use. I always intended to do bicycle touring over racing. Now, however, I'm thinking of buying a nice road bike because I feel I'm much more invested in cycling.
The trip after Kansas had some of the biggest highs and lows for me. Colorado was my favorite state by far - the Rockies were really gorgeous and the riding was the most enjoyable. Conversely, I was the most miserable in Yellowstone, Wyoming. It was 40 degrees during the day, 30 at night, and constantly raining, hailing, or sleeting. I swore I was going to freeze to death there. Thankfully, I never did experience such awful wind as Kansas again, even if I did have headwinds the whole trip. My plans after the trip? Hmm, good question. I'll probably take a few weeks off and do nothing, then start looking for a job. After that, I have school in the fall, which is hard to be excited for, even if I'm almost done. What about you? What's been delaying your summer vacation?
ほおお〜良く覚えてるね、影ピッチャー。 That's right, Hermes is named after Kino's talking motorrad. I'm surprised you remembered such an insignificant detail. Hermes was, in fact, my bike on this trip. He held up very well - never had any problems or flats.
What games did you get? Planning on taking it easy the rest of the summer?
It is all good anyways, lol.
It would have to be between primus and racer X...probably dependent on my mood, but Primus usually wins that... Sometimes I like Racer X more though... Its just...
It's like deciding between this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5h8g-0Nazk
And this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Va1x8cJt9U
Stochelo rosenberg is also good, but it aint Racer X...
So Its a hard choice...
As for the games, I think I feel the same way, as long as its interesting, I'm interested! lol.
I've wanted to ride cross-country for a couple years now, but it's a pretty big time commitment, on top of being physically and mentally challenging. I've been putting in higher mile days, so I'll probably get done in late July - so perhaps 2 months total, since I left May 17. I'm in Pueblo, Colorado, taking a rest day before I begin climbing the Rockies tomorrow. Kansas ended up being the worst state ever, even worse than Kentucky. The wind, heat, and boredom kicked my butt, so I'm looking forward to doing nothing and avoiding the heat for a day.
Yowamushi Pedal certainly does focus on some of the things I do when cycling, like using clipless pedals, using drop-down handlebars, drafting, climbing techniques, etc. I think I told you this before, but Honey & Clover was actually the anime that made me want to start touring in the first place.
Sounds like a good birthday to me! Are you enjoying your summer?
(PS - I wrote all this on my phone again. Finding libraries takes too much effort most days.)
So, You like a lot of chiptune, eh?
I listen to everythig as well, tend to be rather eclectic.
here lately though, I've been listening to a lot of racer X, Ephixa, Ken Ashcorp, and Primus.
That and everything else that's good.
What kinda games did you play exactly?
Thanks your comment.
Your Japanese is well. Perhaps, are you Japanese? ^^