Brett Aalfs, left, takes two cups of lemonade from Zoe Skiles on Saturday. Zoe and her sister, Gracie, were offering patrons of Dojo Chattanooga and Suck Creek Cycle a way to cool off as the temperature climbed into the high 90s.
Brett Aalfs, left, takes two cups of lemonade from Zoe Skiles on Saturday. Zoe and her sister, Gracie, were offering patrons of Dojo Chattanooga and Suck Creek Cycle a way to cool off as the temperature climbed into the high 90s.
Photo by Allison Carter .
published Saturday, July 2nd, 2011
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Even temperatures spiking well above average levels couldn’t keep Kathy Johns off her bike Saturday. “If I have a weekend day where I’m not on my bike I’m really sad about it,” she said. “Even if it’s burning up and I’m moving, and I’m actually slightly ill.”

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