I got back home eventually, did a teeny weeny bit of work before I fell asleep for 30 minutes. Then, it was back in the saddle (the Bullitt's saddle to be exact) to get the boys and take them both to swim class. Big Brother is having a blast learning how to swim and has already almost mastered the whole not-breathing-under-water thing. I think we're going to have to go a few more rounds and add Little Brother into the mix. There are kids smaller than both of them swimming on their own already! It's a really good thing I can bike there or I don't know that I'd go through with it.
On our way home, the boys were exhausted and I'd wished I had brought more snacks. We took the American River Parkway home and saw a rabbit, geese with their babies, and lots of bikers out on this lovely solstice evening. We got home, ate, and I put the boys to bed. Now, two hours later, I still have one big Jack-in-the-box child. I'm officially calling today over. Three and a half hours of riding and still ending up in my own home isn't as fun as the same distance heading out on a bike overnight. I think it's time to squeeze