After devouring a couple of tofu scramble burritos for breakfast, I went for my Sunday morning ride where I came across this little bit of pavement graffiti. I wasn't quite sure if it was telling me to be vegan or if it was cheering me on because I am vegan. I appreciate it either way.
Because man cannot live on burritos alone, I stopped for some iced coffee. I had a black and white mocha with almond milk. It was delicious.
The osprey cheered me on too.
I achieved a new milestone. I rode no handed for what must have been a whole five seconds. Since I don't have the greatest balance I won't be making a habit of it.
I can't believe its been four months since I last updated this blog. It's not that I haven't been riding, I just haven't taken many pictures. It feels as if I keep seeing the same things over and over, and I just couldn't seem to get inspired enough to pull the camera out of the bag.......until today.
So here goes nothin'. Time to get back in the swing of things.
To start things off here's the ever popular over the handlebars shot-Pavement Edition.
This group wants nothing to do with me and I don't blame them. I must have approached from upwind. I didn't take a shower until after my ride.
I'm not a real big fan of paddle boats. Because my legs are so long, I always end up sitting on the back of the seat in order to be able to pedal without getting a knee in the chin. At least with a bike I can raise the saddle into the stratosphere if I need to.
Another over the handlebar shot. This time it's the Gravel Edition.
I took this B/W shot down low for the sake of a little variety.
My second deer sighting of the day. The first was nothing but a blur.
On the way back home I came across the course for the triathlon being held today. Apparently, triathletes aren't the brightest bulbs in the box.