I made it to class with little insult to injury. Classes were fine and after a few hours, I came back out to my bike to find that the cassette was still frozen over. I pulled out my bike tool and tried to chip away at the ice but it wasn't working. I was able to pedal up the street to MOAB where I used their hot water and got the ice to melt. I hung around the shop for a bit and let the water dry on the cassette so it wouldn't freeze again. Afterwards, I made my commute home via the greenway for a few extra miles. The commute home was fantastic! It was no longer snowing and the path was really clear. As I suspected, I hardly saw anyone out and about which made it nice for me. I did come up on a female runner from behind and she did not anticipate my approach. As I rode past her, she let out a yell of several profanities. Not only was she startled but her outburst certainly startled me! I politely apologized for startling her but she was even more embarrassed and could hardly respond. Anyhow, I rode on and made it home safely and a lot more comfortably in the afternoon commute than my morning commute. This was definitely a commute that I will remember!