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I went ice skating, and it was not exactly pretty…

March 1, 2006, 6:16 PM

First of all, I am back from ice skating at Pentagon Row, and all body parts are intact. And I think the best way to describe it was that I had no idea what I was doing.

Now mind you, I used to be a decent skater. That was back a long time ago, though. But a few coworkers said that skating was like riding a bicycle – once you learn, you never forget. They lied.

I took my FliteStar vest with me for this trip and used it on the ice, primarily due to the length of time between skating experiences.

I also got one of the skate guards to take pictures of me while out on the ice, so there is photographic proof of it. One of those photos is on the splash page for March.

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