Le Tour De Potter 3 comments

After 4 volumes and 15 stages the outcome is still uncertain. Will I be able to complete this reading of the Harry Potter series by the end of Le Tour?
Today I completed The Goblet of Fire and picked up a copy of The Half-Blood Prince at Costco ($16) and watched 4 1/2 hours of Tour de France with Hincapie’s deserved win and Armstong’s solidification of his position in yellow. There are only a few with any chance left to challenge Armstrong and I believe they must do it on Tuesday, Stage 16, and do it significantly given Armstrong’s time trial strength.
Tomorrow, a rest day for the cyclists, I’ll get a good start on the Order of the Phoenix and should be on to the The Half-Blood Prince by Friday.
Hey, with six books to read, 2-5 hours of cycing to watch 6 days a week, work, family and chores around the house where is the time for blogging? Well, it turns out there is little…
In closing:

It is my belief, however, that the truth is generally preferable to lies,…
Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire, 722

3 thoughts on “Le Tour De Potter

  • Donna

    Armstrong rocks! I’ve been watching the Tour also. I was so happy to see Hincapie win the 15th stage. The fans drive me crazy though. I’m so afraid some half-naked moron with a flag is going to shove Lance off his bike.

  • catherine

    Where do you watch the Tour? I’ve tried to find it on all the sports stations, with no luck. Perhaps I’m watching at the wrong time(s) of day? Advice?

  • Steve

    We’ve been watching on the Outdoor Life Network (OLN) (US). We tape the live broadcast (typically starting at 8:30 EDT) and watch it at our leisure in the evening on weekdays or intermittently throughout the day on weekends.
    They rebroadcast 3-4 more times each day.

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