Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Introducing Hudson

Meet our new friend, Hudson.

Hudson is a big, cheerful fella. He may appear slightly awkward, perhaps a little goofy, but he's a good sort. Definitely not the fastest kid on the block, but what he lacks in speed he makes up for in strength.

It's a rare soul who will tolerate two little boys clambering all over them for endless hours. Or concede to exceedingly lengthy 'horsey rides'. But Hudson is a patient soul, not to mention extremely child-proof.

Hudson may have a large girth, but he eats very little. Particularly when compared to his petrol-guzzling cousins.
Hudson has come to live with our family for an indefinite period. We love him. He's enabling us to live a car-free existence.
If you'd like to meet some of Hudson's immediate family, check them out over here and here!
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  1. WOW!! Hello Hudson, you are a strong fella, I think I saw your brothers when visiting in Copenhagen.

    I think I have a crush on you. Ssshhhh...

  2. Hello :)

    I love Hudson...he's fantastic! I bet think it's the best fun ever.


  3. Wow I really wish we had a Hudson... and that Hobart was flatter. Looks like loads of fun!

  4. Hi again! We live in a fairly bike friendly spot, but no shops and there's a hairy bit before you get to town. Hobart drivers are not a cyclist's friend! Could be tricksy with two kidlets and a belly. Oh, but I can dream... My sister lives in your neck of the woods and loves her bike :) I'll be showing her Hudson, for sure.

  5. Hi came over here via your comment - this bike looks also very nice (including the guys inside...) maybe you want to do a little pimping...would be interesting - anyway good luck - and good tighs (I always mention to myself I will look like Lance Armstrong).
    kindest regards

  6. Hi Gina - i'm just reading through some of your older posts. i cannot believe I missed this one! Getting a Chrisitinia bike is one of my dreams! Hudson is gorgeus!

  7. Now you must tell me if your boys stay IN the bike? I have been contemplating buying a 'Hudson' but when we did a 'test' drive both cried and tried to get out.

    Love some advice


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