Wearing wool was[CR]wool care

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Date: Wed, 09 Jan 2002 07:22:16 -0500
From: <wspokes@penn.com>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: Wearing wool was[CR]wool care

I believe the type of person also makes a difference. On the classic note of wearing wool. I did a ride this summer in Sewickley, Pa. It was a terribly humid day where the temperatures went into the 90s. I was covered with perspiration from head to toe from the heat and Larry Osburn was wearing a long sleeve monkey ass orange woolie. I believe he might even have had on wool longer legs also...not a drop of sweat. Now it might be the person also, I believe sometimes you have to check for a pulse with Larry or hold a mirror under his nose. Also, doesn't the newer wool wear quite differently now, Alex? I have heard the newere Merino wools with the pattern and tightness of the threads can make quite a difference as to getting overheated. Maybe one of the experts can answer this question.

Walter Skrzypek Falls Creek, Pa no XC skiing last eve, ran out of light therefore stuck to a snow run with my dog.