CYCLE DAYS #48-57
This takes us to the end of 2020. A few photos have been posted with other subjects but are included here for continuity.
To show the size of the Bruin’s feet
Any stories about the photos are on my blog: https://adventureswithnancyg.blogspot.com
As I say on the blog, I will continue with a photo of my ride each day, at least for a while, but will not be numbering them. We have seen what a good job I do with that!!
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8 response to "CYCLE DAYS #48-57"
Great way to finish out the year.
Enjoyed the photos, especially the bear!
Thanks Rich. It was such a delight to finish the year on my bike, AND to ride with Cindy who has been my best cycling buddy ?. Rain was of little consequence. And it did stop within the first 45 minutes.
Good job and always interesting photos! Looks like 15 turned out to be 57! I think you should number them again!
I know!! 15 to 57 was way more than I expected. And now that I see them all together, I think you are right about numbering them — I just won’t set a number goal.
Thanks for the suggestion Suzanne.
That old truck has so many sides that it could have been included in a polygonal post.
Hmmm, I hadn’t thought of that but you are right. Double use of the photo and ride ;’-).
Well done on all those rides and finishing out the year on a high. Your photo on the 28th had some good polygons, too. I know you were just practicing 😉 It is good that you have lost count here and there on cycle days. That just means you’ve cycled a whole lot. It’s kinda hard to lose count under a certain amount, so congrats on riding enough that you don’t know just exactly how many days it was. I will check out your blog soon and get caught up, been a bit crazy here of late.
It was such a great way to end the year even if riding in some rain. That actually added to the “adventure” for us. You can see in the photo that we are happy to be riding. You have a really good point Em —- doing enough days of riding to lose count is a GOOD thing ;’-).
Be as lazy as you want to be — that is often a good thing too ;’-)