Icy Gravel

The last couple of days, I’ve pretty much stayed off the pavement and instead explored some of the local gravel roads. Along the way, I came across a few polygons.

This bridge has so many polygons!
Traffic sign polygons
Steel deck polygons
No polygons here. I just like the photo.
Solar panel polygons
Polygons inside a covered bridge
A lift with some polygon railings. Oh, and a Garceau.

Darn! I just realized there’s not a bike in any one of these pictures. Oh well, I promise I was sitting on a bike when they were taken.

Retired guy who likes to ride his bike in Vermont.

12 response to "Icy Gravel"

  1. By: NancyG Posted: January 9, 2021

    I love Vermont’s covered bridges. We have some in the PNW, but you have drive to them quite a distance. Nice polygons and great photos.

    • By: BobinVT Posted: January 10, 2021

      Thanks Nancy! One of the nice things about living in a small state is pretty much everything is close.

  2. By: Suzanne Posted: January 9, 2021

    The picture with your shadow shows a bit of the handlebars. There’s the irrefutable proof! Great pictures and polygons!

    • By: Scooter Posted: January 9, 2021

      You beat me to it, Suzanne. I noticed the handlebar shadows myself and was about to comment on it.

      • By: BobinVT Posted: January 10, 2021

        Close one. Can I consider that official approval from the judges? 🙂

    • By: BobinVT Posted: January 10, 2021

      Oh, you’re right! Thanks for pointing that out!

  3. By: gregblood Posted: January 9, 2021

    Liked the polygons. Liked the bridge. Liked the sun so low in the sky. Liked the solar panels. LOVED the Garceau!

    • By: BobinVT Posted: January 10, 2021

      Well, I knew you would like the Garceau. I was noticing the sun while I was riding. That photo was taken at about 2pm. I was thinking in less than an hour, the sun would be down behind that hill. Ah, winter.

  4. By: Rich-Illinois Posted: January 9, 2021

    Looking closely, there are polygons on the gravel road too.
    Beautiful photos! No barren fields in sight.

    • By: BobinVT Posted: January 10, 2021

      Hey, you’re right. I can see some in the tire tracks. And we have our share of barren fields too. Perhaps another post.

  5. By: The Navigator Posted: January 9, 2021

    Always have to get out and ride on the sunny days – you did a great job with those polygons. Open steel decking on a bridge is so freaky on a bike. I have no fear of heights or gaps or anything like that, but I’ve ridden over the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers on open steel-decked bridges and it does give vertigo if you look down!

    • By: BobinVT Posted: January 10, 2021

      Yeah, steel deck bridges freak me out a little too. This particular one isn’t bad, since it’s short and fairly close to the water. But I’ve been on others that are a little tough to deal with.

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