Pugsley’s Outdoors Adventure Lilith gotta new LitterBox and I’m tweaking my bike

Today’s article is short and sweet as I am heading out for a bike ride early this morning. Yesterday Pugsley had one heck of an adventure as we took him out on the town learning to walk on a leash. We kept him on the leash is cool grass areas and inside the Mini Cooper car dealership as we had our vehicle serviced. We even took Pugsley to see Dave at Bike Barn of Phoenix and after a bit, it was time to get him home. During our outings with Pugsley, we also stopped at PetSmart and picked up some “Pawz” rubber boots to start learning to wear them. He did quite well and by the time we got back home it didn’t bother him and all and he did perfectly on the leash.

When we arrived home Lilith’s new top entry litter box had arrived so we set it up for her. From that point, we had dinner and spent what time we had awake just relaxing with our munchkins until we all went to sleep. Pugsley was worn out from all of the outdoors fun and Lilith was still worn out from a long weekend up until then.

Lilith's new top entry litter box
Lilith’s new top entry litter box, she is in it; haha.

Today I was hoping to head out for an outdoors adventure bike ride however I need to make some tweaks to my bike for tomorrow. Currently, Annika is on the Peloton doing her morning workout and after she gets done and heads out I will do my workout on the Peloton as well. When all is said and done with my workout I have a ton of things to do today and then I’m going to breakdown my bike a bit to make some modifications.

First of all, I’m going to put my road bike on the trainer to try and do some tweaks to the Specialized Power Arc saddle to see if adjustments help to make it work. If making the adjustments don’t work with my Power Arc Expert then I’ll probably burn it and install the factory saddle onto my road bike. I’m also making a few adjustments to my arrow bars, my bags, and my light setup. I am also considering taking off the Continental Grand Prix 5000’s tires since I do a lot more riding in random places and need more durability in a tire versus speed. If I do this change then I will be using Continental Hardshell 700×28’s, these tires are very heavy however I’ve not once had a flat with those tires. The Hardshells make it feel like you’re pedaling a tank but the durability is awesome.

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      1. yeah we know if we dont want our bare feet to touch it we dont want his to either. too many people out here weve saw walk their dogs across hot tar parking lots in 125 degree weather i just want to choke those people

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