RIDING NEAR HOME DURING PANDEMIC

Next week Susan and I will be doing some RVing/camping just south of us for just about the whole week! It is easy to Shelter in Place, and great to get away for a while before another spike hits us. We have drawn a circle on the state map to encompass 100 miles from home. We will explore all in that area over the next bit of time before we are set free ;’-0 to explore further afield.

I (and at times Susan) have done many rides from our house to anyplace fairly nearby. These photos are not all taken on the same day, but I ride many of the routes on many days.

We never tire of seeing the ferry from Whidbey Island come into port at Mukilteo.

I often ride to a nearby lake for a snack stop, and this day was splendid as the ducks made their way to have a wash up before their snack.

Mama appears to be giving a lesson of some kind.

My eyes are always open to the beauty of flowers and fences.

I had to mimic this sculpture ;’-).

We rode on to the next town of Edmonds and took a short trail through the park to get there.


I had a good place to park my bike and get a photo of the poster on the gallery wall.

A sign of the times…

I shall see what riding we get to do this coming week away from home and will let you know if there is anything interesting ;’-)

7 response to "RIDING NEAR HOME DURING PANDEMIC"

  1. By: Rich-Illinois Posted: June 14, 2020

    Beautiful photos! Quite the change from me riding across glacial plains and grain fields.
    The sea photos and the ivy? climbing the fence are my favorites.

    • By: NancyG Posted: June 15, 2020

      Oh but I do enjoy your posts and your photos. You have been quite creative in finding those challenge things as well ;’-). You do well with the posts given all those plains and fields that surround you.

  2. By: The Navigator Posted: June 14, 2020

    So good to see that you’ve gotten in a lot of nice riding in good weather. Summer weather is a small silver lining I suppose.

    • By: NancyG Posted: June 15, 2020

      Yes indeed Em. Although summer temps and weather seems to be taking its time getting here with temps no higher than 60, and mostly in the 50s, and some elusive sun, I grab all the sunny days I can. And I see summer weather on the horizon now.

  3. By: Suzanne Posted: June 14, 2020

    Love the lake picture with the clouds reflected in the water!
    Happy RVing!

    • By: NancyG Posted: June 15, 2020

      Thanks Suzanne, RVing will be fun. I lucked out wth that clouds on lake photo. In the right place at the right time ;’-)
      (Is it possible to post a photo here?).

  4. By: Alchemyrider Posted: July 1, 2020

    I really like the water. Lovely shots.

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