Blistery Foots

Well, I'm back in Satan George, Utah. I got back yesterday and went to K-mart to get a new bicycle. They didn't have any though so I walked on over to Target. They didn't have any either. I guess the 'good' (presumably) people of Satan George, Utah like to buy bicycles this time of year. Funny thing though, the only people you see riding bikes here are tiny children in driveways or the homeless who get theirs secondhand. So who's buying the men's 26" new bikes?

Anyway, my feet are blistered. It takes about two hours to walk home every night and about an hour and a half coming down in the morning. The shoes I wear were not made for walking. I got them the day I took my new 21 speed back to Wal-Mart in Washington. It was poring rain that day and the shoes I had on were soaked clear through. I was not about to walk 16 or so miles home in wet shoes. I would have been better off I think now. At least they were designed to be walked in.

Well, I should have a new bike by the end of the week. My poor little foots. They'll have to endure this excruciating discomfort for few more days.

I also have a bright sunburn out of the deal. I have a about a weeks growth of hair on top, but it's still not long enough to help against the constant sunshine. It's no big deal; sunburns don't last long on me. Depending on how severe it is, it usually disappears in a day or two. Sometimes it peals, that's the worst of it. I'll shave tomorrow and that should take of any dead skin.