pedaling (unicycle) 1:08:09  9.37 km (7:16 / km)
For a change of scenery, I rode down Northfield to Mass Ave to Arbor to the end and back. This was a step into the more daring side of things, because it involved about a km in each direction on Rte. 2A, rather than the sleepy neighborhood streets I usually stick to. This meant some cars going by at higher speeds, and some people honking the horn or hollering something unintelligble (why?). The scariest things were actually on Arbor St,: school buses. They're big, they're noisy, they go fast, and the street is narrow. But at least they're full of little kids who are totally delighted by the spectacle and all rush to look out the back window.
Took me forever to get started, must have been at least a dozen tries. I made it all the way to Page St. nonstop, then I had to take a break for a minute and a half due to numbness in my nether regions. On the way back, I had a dismount on a short steep bit on Arbor, and pushed it to the top of the rise. Then at Townsend Harbor Rd., there were cars coming, so I made a right and figured I'd turn around when the cars went by, but there were enough of them that I got fed up and got off and waited. Then I had a couple more dismounts on Northfield. So not the longest single continuous ride, but I think it's my longest ever unicycle outing.