WEEK 3 MARCH RIDE PHOTOS

More about the photos are as usual — on my blog.

https://adventureswithnancyg.blogspot.com

It was the girls turn for camping and riding.
Deactivated nuclear power plan at Rancho Seco
A morning solo ramble around the campground with this egret to greet me.
Sundial Bridge in Redding California

I was pleased and surprised that I got in four rides this week of March. That seems to be my average for most of my weeks, and I had hoped I would be able to match it. A delightful four rides mainly with the grand Grands ;’-).

14 response to "WEEK 3 MARCH RIDE PHOTOS"

  1. By: Laura Posted: March 21, 2021

    I’m sure they enjoyed that bike ride. Glad you finally got to see them.

    • By: NancyG Posted: March 22, 2021

      We feel very fortunate to have had this delightful extended time with them. They are so dear to us.

  2. By: The Navigator Posted: March 22, 2021

    What a wonderful trip! So happy you could have that family time and all the special camping memories with the girls. It’s fantastic they could do the schooling and still have special time with you. I agree that the Sun Dial bridge is really interesting – you had a good Equinox shot in a different way!

    • By: NancyG Posted: March 22, 2021

      Remote school does have its perks! It also helped that the time changed and we had more daylight hours later in the day ;’-).
      I read in the brochure, after posting on the blog, that the Sundial Bridge is ‘world famous’. I guess I am just not world knowledgeable as I had no idea about it. Good point that I got the equinox in a different way ;’-). Thanks for that too.

  3. By: gregblood Posted: March 22, 2021

    Very nice and informative pictures from your trip. And, I think I’ve said this before, but very few things warm my heart more than seeing kids riding bikes. Same with camping. You and Susan are excellent grandparents.

  4. By: NancyG Posted: March 22, 2021

    What a sweet thing for you to say Greg 😊. We are the ones who have taught (so far) all the Grands to ride a peddle bike (after scoot bike experience), and we love nothing more than having them bike with us, camp with us and just plain be with us.
    Thank you for your warm thoughts Greg, they are most appreciated.

    • By: NancyG Posted: March 23, 2021

      It IS a very cool bridge and site. We did not ride far enough to see how far the path is open. Limited time called for limited distance. We so enjoyed what we got to do, and plan to do the entire trail on one of our near future trips down there.

  5. By: Rich-Illinois Posted: March 22, 2021

    I was going to say, I remember Sundial Bridge from Bill’s post — and the egret is obeying the rules!
    Glad you are having a great time with the Grands.

    • By: NancyG Posted: March 23, 2021

      I somehow missed Bill’s post about the bridge. Maybe that was before my time on 365. Or maybe it just got past me ;’-). I don’t now if the egret was paying attention to the rules or figuring that don’t apply to egrets ;’-).

  6. By: Lednar De Nalloh Posted: March 23, 2021

    Seeing young children on bicycles gives me hope for this planet.

    • By: NancyG Posted: March 23, 2021

      I agree Randal. Having kids enjoy riding their bikes around is so much better than being indoors with their ‘gadgets’. And maybe they will use the bikes for short transportation trips later in their lives. We can always hope 🤗.

  7. By: Suzanne Posted: March 24, 2021

    Lots of rides, wonderful pictures! I enjoyed reading more over on your blog! You did that bridge justice!

    • By: NancyG Posted: March 24, 2021

      Thanks Suzanne. Hoppy to ‘hear’ that you enjoyed my blog post as well. 🤗

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