Spring in January? – Monthly Challenge Clouds

No, it is definitely not spring yet although it was a few degrees warmer today than yesterday. I somehow expected some spring-like vegetation in the Botanical Garden and since it was a bit warmer and there was no snow on the bike paths, Janos and I cycled there. This winter cycling is something new; last … Continue reading "Spring in January? – Monthly Challenge Clouds"

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Put your arms around me, baby, like a circle ’round the sun

Another pleasant January day in northern California. High cloud and filtered sunshine, with temperature close to 70° F in some places, but a chilly wind out of the north while pedaling. I drove down to Mill Valley, parked near the elementary school, and biked through Sausalito, across the bridge, and on the path along the … Continue reading "Put your arms around me, baby, like a circle ’round the sun"

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You’re my blue sky, you’re my sunny day

Picked up the Ogre from the shop where it underwent very minor surgery this morning. Took it for a spin to ensure everything hunky-dory. All is well under blue skies. PS to riders in Minnesota and Illinois: I’ve seen weather forecasts for your locales for the middle of next week. As your 300-lb Samoan attorney, … Continue reading "You’re my blue sky, you’re my sunny day"

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Monthly challenge. A bike and some clouds

After an almost cloudless week and stinking hot temperatures some clouds rolled in and the temperature plummeted…AAAhhhhh. This photo was taken outside our new hospital with my bike, public art work and some nice stratocumulus clouds, then some rain later. click here for my previous days ride with a link to my week long cycle … Continue reading "Monthly challenge. A bike and some clouds"

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Ride # 1: 02 January 2019

The first ride on 2019 was from where Brian lives to Putrajaya and back. Putrajaya is the federal administrative centre of Malaysia.  The seat of government was shifted in 1999 from Kuala Lumpur to Putrajaya.  Kuala Lumpur had by then become overcrowded and congested because of rapid urban development.  Things haven’t improved since. Architects and city planners started with … Continue reading "Ride # 1: 02 January 2019"

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FINDING A CLOUD ISN’T MUCH OF A CHALLENGE IN A MINNESOTA WINTER

Thanks to some warm air flowing up from Santa Rosa, California, MY Town had been experiencing higher than normal temperatures for most of December.  That situation has changed somewhat, as you can see on the weather graphic shown above.  The windchills have been below zero for all of 2019 so far.  I don’t know what … Continue reading "FINDING A CLOUD ISN’T MUCH OF A CHALLENGE IN A MINNESOTA WINTER"

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