I Can’t Believe I Forgot Metaversal Mural Project Day

It’s true, I totally forgot that holiday until I just read Bill’s post. Luckily I remembered a mural picture I had taken last week when I was on my monthly visit with my dad to drive him to his oncology appointment. HIS town is far from the epicenter of the Mural Metaverse. Nevertheless, I got … Continue reading "I Can’t Believe I Forgot Metaversal Mural Project Day"

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Fathers Day: I’ve been pedaling on the railroad

The Skunk Train folks built a fleet of pedal-powered (with electric assist) “railbikes” for tourist excursions on the Skunk line. It always seemed to me that it might be interesting to try those railbikes. For Father’s Day this year, I made reservations for myself and my somewhat skeptical ace support crew. Our friends Marsha and … Continue reading "Fathers Day: I’ve been pedaling on the railroad"

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GOT TWO MORE

Week of 6/5-11 is END MOUNTAIN TOP REMOVAL week ;’-) (who knew?), and this is why… SAFETY is for everyone. I already posted one for STUDENT SAFETY, and though this photo shows that as well, it also illustrates SAFE riding in a single file in the bike lane. ;’-) My safety conscious bike friends ;’-).

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IT’S NATIONAL ________ MONTH

Everybody knows the major holidays of each month. Many of us even know some of the minor holidays. Aside from those holidays, most of us have been surprised to see some more obscure celebrations–things like “National Bike to Work Day,” or “National Beer Appreciation Week,” or “National Love Your Dog Month.” Out of curiosity, I … Continue reading "IT’S NATIONAL ________ MONTH"

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Birdland

When it comes to Animalia Chordata Aves, one of the best spots around here is Spring Lake. That’s not far away. I walk and ride around the lake all the time. So off I went on two wheels to see what the avians were up to today. Read more at Bill Bikes

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The 4/21 thru 4/30 Challenge: Unauthorized Art

This “Unauthorized Art” Challenge is all about GRAFFITI. It does not include outdoor sculptures, murals on the sides of buildings, or other works of art for which the artist received permission. Technically speaking, graffiti is vandalism and we shouldn’t glorify it. But sometimes it can be quite artistic. (Heck, a secretive graffiti artist named Banksy … Continue reading "The 4/21 thru 4/30 Challenge: Unauthorized Art"

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