Re: bike shelter
- Okay, NOT trying to use the Rich-Text Editor this time...
Don't forget about the BikeShed <http://www.shelter-systems.com/bikeshed.html>
We're lucky enough to have bike-friendly neighbors who also work on living frugally and
as good stewards to our limited natural resources. They allow us to share the garage and,
quite honestly, I can't remember a time when this free-standing two car garage actually
last had a car in it. There are 5 adult bikes (including the X), two "tag-a-longs", two child
trailers, one Bicycle Cart <http://www.bicyclecart.com/>, and several child bikes.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Devian Gilbert <asanacycles@...> wrote:
> I seemed to remember some people asking about rain covers, etc for
> their Xtras
> you know... for home storage.
> for instance, I have mine under a heavy oiled canvas tarp.
> "Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the
> human race." H.G. Wells
> On May 21, 2008, at 8:34 PM, murray wrote:
> > groovey. I wonder, when packed down how well it would fit into a
> > freeloader. I can just imagine the looks when ya pull up on an X
> > somewhere, and casually deploy that thing. Could be funny :)
> > It almost looks like you could then crawl inside and spend the night.
> > Murray
> > On Thu, May 22, 2008 at 3:12 PM, Devian Gilbert
> > <asanacycles@...> wrote:
> > > lookie what i stumbled upon in the world of the internet
> > >
> > > http://www.bluerim.com/sk4116c.html