Author Archives: twsobey

First flat

I’ve been riding the bike almost everyday since I got it and it’s been great. I noticed the front tire was loosing air faster than the back tire, but didn’t think much of it… Until the morning I tried to … Continue reading

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The Day I Didn’t Bike to Work

I’m a little over three months into my year of not driving and things are going well. As the weather continues to get colder and rain comes more regularly, I’m going to have to modify how I ride, possibly even … Continue reading

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Air-Repair Station To-Go

Since just before giving up my car, I’ve been working at a new, experimental high school call One Stone. This is the first year One Stone is offering classes as a replacement for high school. In years past, they’ve run … Continue reading

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2 Months, first rain

I’m now two months into my car-free year and it’s still going well. Last week was the first real rain of the season in Boise. It also happened to be the week that worked moved from being 2-3 miles each … Continue reading

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Co-op, Co-Hop

Boise Brew Minute (episode 94) – Matt at the Boise Co-op talks with us about their collaboration with Boise Brewing. They created a fresh hop ale called Co-Hop. We also discuss what makes a beer qualify as “fresh hop” and … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Bullseye

About 15 years, when I thought shopping at Goodwill was too fancy for me, I found myself at the Goodwill outlet. This is where everything goes that hasn’t sold at Goodwill, just before it goes to the dump. All the … Continue reading

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Grand Teton

Boise Brew Minute (episode 93) – Derek at Grand Teton Brewing talks to us about their fresh hopped ale and what it takes to get hops from field to kettle in less than 24 hours. We also discuss their history … Continue reading

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