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StrayCat81
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07 Aug 2022, 3:47 pm

auntblabby wrote:
that would be me although i take pains to be slender for my age group.

Neat, how do you like playing? :3



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07 Aug 2022, 4:59 pm

i useta go on 3 hour vigorous bike rides up and down steep hills in my neighborhood, was uber-fit then. then mr. arthur itis came a'knockin' and had me bed-ridden for the better part of a year, just now recovering from that.



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07 Aug 2022, 8:50 pm

Heh, fancy, I'm lazy and just use electric bike, makes going around the city and outside of it very fun!



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08 Aug 2022, 12:28 am

i useta have an electric bike but i bricked the batteries one winter when i forgot to bring them in from the cold in time, those batteries won't tolerate cold. ended up having to sell the bike.



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08 Aug 2022, 1:49 am

Guess I'm lucky no real winters here in NZ. Bike is surviving rain and mud so far :3



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08 Aug 2022, 2:10 am

sure wish i could live in a place like NZ blessed with perfect weather.



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08 Aug 2022, 3:01 am

It's sadly not perfect, got rained on quite hard today, strong wind, and cold. But worth it, got to help at animal shelter. It's always interesting and satisfying adventure, despite having to deal with scary humans.

Where do you live that batteries die so easily out of cold there?



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08 Aug 2022, 3:05 am

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It's sadly not perfect, got rained on quite hard today, strong wind, and cold. But worth it, got to help at animal shelter. It's always interesting and satisfying adventure, despite having to deal with scary humans.

Where do you live that batteries die so easily out of cold there?

south puget sound area of washington state USA. right now in 90s but in winter more like 30s and a few stretches of 20s at night.