My Road Bicycle Full with My Veggies From My Farm!


Rodie Bike With Goodies for Today!

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More Veggies!

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It takes long time to pick my veggies and fruit. I plant them from seed, see them sprout, grow, give flowers, fruit, then pick them. Yes, it takes months, but the reward is immense and so fulfilling!

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Of course, my bicycle helmet deserves some credit too. Helmets have been protecting my head for 20 years, since I started bicycling!

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      1. Sheree says:

        My pleasure 😎

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  1. Well done on both. Your produce, and helmet

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    1. Thank you, Susie. The helmet has saved my life many times…and the veggies too. This year I am having a wonderful crop of squash. It’s just growing everywhere. IΒ΄m so happy πŸ€— Thank you for your compliment, my friend.

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      1. My helmet, leather, gloves, and boots saved me on my motorcycle.

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      2. WOW WOW You love motorcycles???? Me too! I just bought a little one a month ago. I am short, so I cannot drive a big one. One day I will make a blog-post about my love for motorcycles.
        You wear leather? Good for you, girl! I don’t. I am kind of a free spirit hahaha.
        On my bicycle I dress up a lot, you know with spandex shorts and flashy jerseys, shoes with clits and so on.
        On my motorcycle I am free! hahaha. I love the freedom that my motorcycle gives me.
        Congrats on your leather!!!

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      3. I had a motorbike license before hubby in England. With black ice on the roads, and freezing temperatures I had no choice about clothing.

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  2. Linda Schaub says:

    Good for you doing the healthy living and eating Martha.

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    1. Thank you, Linda. I’m 58 y/o and I want to live a long life. My maternal grandma died at 109. She never lost her mind, you know, never had dementia, only the last week of her life with pneumonia and died at night peacefully, really. My grandma never smoked, drank alcohol. She loved nature and cooking.
      Hopefully I will get to be that age too! 😁

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      1. Linda Schaub says:

        That’s amazing Martha – with your bicycling, healthy eating 99.9% of the time (hey, everyone needs messy eating to stray from being good all the time), you are sure to follow in your maternal grandmother’s footsteps for sure. My grandmother and her 8 siblings all had heart disease, but her parents did not and died of natural causes – that is odd isn’t it? Maybe the generation before? My great-grandparents had a farm and my grandmother said they’d always eat a big, greasy farmer’s breakfast every morning and they had pigs and cows, so lots of ham, sausage, bacon and red meat for their meals. They did not die from clogged arteries though – so what are we doing wrong today that we avoid enjoying this type of food so much?!

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      2. I know, Linda. I honestly think that it’s all the steroids, hormones, clenbuterol and many other medications the cows, pigs and chicken get injected with. It’s not healthy. Your great grandparents raised healthy animals and eating that kind of meat, grease and eggs is healthy too. Also, let’s add all the horrible stress we live in this world right now. Geez, it’s all over the countries of the world. Stress and constant anxiety kills it causes vasoconstriction the vessels, arteries and decreases the oxygenation of the blood-flow.
        I hope we, humanity find a way to a better path soon.
        I started to grow my own chickens 7 years ago (2013). I feed them only natural food. Corn, fruits, for protein I feed them earth worms and they love it. I even given milk diluted with clean water. The eggs are delicious and I feel so much better. I can eat up to 8 to 10 eggs a week and my cholesterol is 135 to 150, and also eat red meat, very rare, I love it.
        It’s so sad that your grandmother and her 8 siblings all had heart disease. It looks like it jumped a generation, you are right. Genetics is so amazing. I love to study it at least once a week I read an article on the JAMA or another medical magazine.
        It’s always very nice and relaxing and interesting to talk to you, Linda..
        Right now it’s 11 pm where I live and still awake, but I want to play some Boggle on the PC to relax a little.
        I’m already craving the eggs with bacon I’m gonna eat tomorrow. I only wish I had the opportunity to eat your great-grandparents food. It must have been delicious.
        BTW, you mentioning your great-grandparents made me remember LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE TV show. I love it! 😁

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      3. Linda Schaub says:

        I loved Little House on the Prairie when it was on TV and never missed a show Martha. Did you ever read the books by Laura Ingalls Wilder? I read them years before the TV show.

        That is amazing what you do raising the chickens … yes, they put the chickens, calves,and pigs in close quarters and give them steroids to fatten them up. Look what they do to geese to get goose liver for pate. It is inhumane and cruel on top of it.

        When I eat eggs, I use Eggland’s Best brand because the other farms have recalls and salmonella issues and Eggland’s Best have not ever had issues. I understand this brand of eggs is good for you. I need to have my cholesterol check but eat healthy, oatmeal for breakfast every day for decades and only whole grain – two foods that help to keep your cholesterol in a good range. And I don’t eat red meat.

        Here in Michigan, we have outbreaks of Hep A and it is due to people who prepare/serve food not washing their hands properly. It has been 10 years since I went out to eat. Yes, I could get the $250.00 two-part shot, but has not done so yet.

        I loved Boggle as a game and did not know it was online, so I’m going to try it out now and Google to find it. I love playing Solitaire, but had to quit as I got too competitive with myself making myself have to win before I could shut down the computer for the night. πŸ™‚ Now with blogging, I could not spend as much time playing Solitaire. It is good mouse practice and keeps your mind sharp and as a doctor, you know that the older you get, the more you must stay sharp with word games, crossword puzzles, or even Solitaire.

        I enjoy talking to you too Martha … have a good evening.

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  3. BallesWorld says:

    Very nice pictures with healthy food πŸ˜πŸƒβ€β™€οΈπŸ˜πŸ€Έβ€β™€οΈπŸ˜

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    1. Thank you, Balles. The best thing of all it’s that is fresh and free from pesticides! 😍😁

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