Unchallenged in March

We’re a third of the way through March and I still haven’t come up with that perfect tune yet. And I can’t claim any coffeeneuring credit for today’s short ride either, Since I didn’t have time to stop for coffee or buy anything. And I hardly did any biking to speak of, so today’s tree quest ride wasn’t challenging either. I did get to see the cherries along the waterfront in full bloom, so that’s something worth sharing.  And, there are some smiling faces a few of you may be familiar with.

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4 response to "Unchallenged in March"

  1. By: Hopkins Escapades Posted: March 12, 2020

    It may not have been the ride you set out to do, but it was still a lovely journey with the sun shining on your shoulders. Beautiful tree collecting in peak bloom or not. Love all the smiling faces from the build site too! Nice they are providing a squirrel’s nest in the roof peak. Ha ha. Cheers & happy pedaling.

  2. By: Suzanne Posted: March 12, 2020

    Cherry blossoms are always welcome! Now that we have moved to the country, I no longer have cherry blossoms outside my window.
    Great pictures of happy people!

  3. By: The Navigator Posted: March 13, 2020

    Looks like a great gathering of like minds. Congrats to the Grumbys on the build 🙂 I thought they were planning a lifestyle like yours? I enjoyed the tree shots, too. You’re doing a great job on that challenge. I lived at a place with a magnolia tree – they’re not my favourite, I don’t think I’d plant one, but the show in spring is always dramatic.

    • By: Scooter Posted: March 14, 2020

      I’m with you – I wouldn’t plant a magnolia either, even if we had a home. They’re really just a bit too flashy for me and the look a bit dingy when they flame out. And you’re right about the Grumbys – they did envision a lifestyle more like ours, but life happens as they say. It looks to like they’re landing in a very good spot for themselves though. They’ll even have a bit of yard to work with, and could plant a magnolia, if they liked that sort of thing.

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