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How many pee stops did you make ? LOL
I bet he can tell you! In fact, it would not surprise me if he knew how many ounces of pee. I bet he could tell you how many ounces of pee he uses per gallon of gasoline burned.

He might even track his fluid intake so he can tell you how many ounces of pee and how many ounces of sweat he let loose in a ride.
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Im supposed to drink more water and stop and pee more than I do...hence the kidney stone lol.

I keep a journal/calendar and a chart on my dining room table and everyday when I come in from a ride I just add the miles and which bike I rode and any special notes, and total the days mo/yr and miles day/mo. Takes 5 mins max. Then at the end of the month transfer the totals and at the end of the year transfer the grand total. I started keeping track in 2006, first just total miles per year, then total miles per year per bike, then days ridden and total miles per year per bike, and since I retired, I keep track of daily miles, days and bikes. If I don't get to ride, then that day gets a green X. I hate green X's lol. It's been fun.

Someday after I'm gone my son will be able to look back thru my journals, and laugh at what a nut I was, before throwing them in the trash while cleaning out the house. I told him I hid $100 bills between some of the pages, so at least he will leaf thru them while looking for the money.
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Im supposed to drink more water and stop and pee more than I do...hence the kidney stone lol.

I keep a journal/calendar and a chart on my dining room table and everyday when I come in from a ride I just add the miles and which bike I rode and any special notes, and total the days mo/yr and miles day/mo. Takes 5 mins max. Then at the end of the month transfer the totals and at the end of the year transfer the grand total. I started keeping track in 2006, first just total miles per year, then total miles per year per bike, then days ridden and total miles per year per bike, and since I retired, I keep track of daily miles, days and bikes. If I don't get to ride, then that day gets a green X. I hate green X's lol. It's been fun.

Someday after I'm gone my son will be able to look back thru my journals, and laugh at what a nut I was, before throwing them in the trash while cleaning out the house. I told him I hid $100 bills between some of the pages, so at least he will leaf thru them while looking for the money.

ROFL....I did just the opposite. When I got my first touring bike I kept track of daily mileage, weather, fuel usage, etc etc, and the older I get the less I keep track of. I'm down to yearly mileage, tire mileage, and mileage till next oil change. I keep general track of fuel mileage just because it can be an indication of upcoming issues also.

I like the $100 idea....that's evil genius right there.
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