CLC 2018 – Going Around in a Circle 15

So many interesting rides to read about from you Cyclelife challengers – I can hardly keep up with all your great posts.

It looks like I might be able to complete my circle theme, although I have certainly posted enough rides, unashamedly using the challenge as an excuse to post pictures and write about (almost) every time I got on my bike. But Saturday we cycled another segment for my challenge theme. Five down two to go.

Here’s the story.

I'm a US born ex-pat, having lived most of my adult life in Munich, Germany. I have three kids and eight grandchildren - so I'm pretty old. Cycling, photography and walking are my favorite things.

7 response to "CLC 2018 – Going Around in a Circle 15"

  1. By: The Navigator Posted: April 16, 2018

    Another lovely ride! You’ve completed the southern portion of the ring 🙂 I liked the mixture of forest and farms – looks like there would be lots of nice shade on parts of those paths in summer. Do you get much humidity there – or do summers present fairly mild conditions? It certainly looks like you have finally shrugged off winter… unlike poor Greg in MN!

    • By: Suzanne Posted: April 16, 2018

      Yes, the ring is closing. The remaining gap could be done in one ride, but then I wouldn’t have seven.
      It can get fairly warm here in summer, 28° is hot by our standards. But you never know, some summers don’t warm up at all ;((
      Our seasons are so unpredictable. But I cerainly hope winter is finished!

  2. By: Seasidejanet Posted: April 16, 2018

    I love seeing where your riding! You might enjoy this web site. I worked all weekend at an opening at the CPA- Center for Photographic Art in Carmel. I Docent there often. We have an international Juried show coming up you might want to think about entering!! Be sure to read the history of the galley . We were started by Ansel Adams and Edward Weston 50 yrs ago. The current show is amazing.

  3. By: Suzanne Posted: April 16, 2018

    Hi Janet – glad you are enjoying my rides. Thanks for the link! That looks like a fine photography gallery. It must be very inspiring to be in contact with and docent at a gallery like that. Suzanne

    • By: Seasidejanet Posted: April 16, 2018

      Yes, it’s a great experience to meet and talk with so many photographers. The community here has a culture of sharing info, ideas and work! Really inspiring.

  4. By: Tony Cullimore Posted: April 16, 2018

    Getting there Suzanne – almost closed the circle. I like your Plan B when the elevator was broken – sounds so simple but requires good infrastructure. It looks like this ride was a section of the circle that was a comfortable ride (i.e. enjoyable).

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