FOURTH WEEK OF JANUARY RIDES PHOTOS
As usual, the short story for each ride is on my blog.
I have been fortunate to get in plenty of riding this month, and will hope for some dry days in February for more.
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You did phenomenal for the wettest January! Nothing like a bad upcoming forecast to spur you into a ride. That is one patriotic, masked goat. Made me laugh. I hope February gives you many good (or at least ridable days).
Thanks Em, I feel fortunate to have found a lot of good riding days even if for very short ride. Yes, our neighborhood goat is fun.
I like how you have a “Shawna Loop.” In the same way, The Feeshko and I have many routes we take while walking our dog. One of them goes past the house of one of her friends who used to own a Hallmark Store. Occasionally we have to stop to talk to the friend, so I call it the “Card Lady Route.” “Her name is Pam,” The Feeshko reminds almost every time I say it.
I have several routes I do from home, so it is nice to have a name for one that reflects the route and I can recall which one that is ;’-). Plus, I like remembering my meeting Shawna. Have not seen her since.
What a good batch of rides! You certainly defy the weather!
Thanks for including your blog address – I love reading the background stories to your rides.
“Keep off the grass” – ha ha, I would for sure.
And I got to see Susan’s amaryllis! Beautiful. I have one that has bloomed three times in one year which I find totally amazing. I do not have a green thumb.
This was our first year to have an amaryllis and Susan got it at a (distanced) gift exchange at one of our (distanced) camp outs.
For some reason I can’t edit my comments.
Forgot to mention:
Wonderful fanciful door to nowhere and gotta love a trick-or-treating goat that disappeared and came back again!
I love that the goat was ‘stolen’ and then returned to its spot as if magically. I too like that door and window, though I wish they would spruce up the window frame ;’-).