June Challenge(s)

A plethora of possible topics!

Decision made, I will concentrate on those that are for the entire month of June

With a great deal of thought, concentration, and consternation the decision was made to select The Great Outdoors rather than Potty Training Awareness Month

When I saw that listed I thought:  “They have to be  . . . . . .  (nevermind)!

Anyway, I’m house broken now (mostly)

The Great Outdoors: 

The North Fork of the Vermilion River

Stream Terrace along the North Fork

View south as the road ascends a glacial moraine

Zoomed in view

The North Fork breaches the moraine to the west, leaving another stream terrace

Better view of the terrace

Woodlands along the stream

The grassy area drops off to another section of terrace, now agricultural land

The North Fork is the line of trees in the distance

North Fork flowing south

Roadside grasses

Cloudy skies

Fuzzy grasses along the road

Last year I collected a sample and planted them at home

Big mistake — they invaded everywhere!

They are kinda neat looking   🙂

4 response to "June Challenge(s)"

  1. By: gregblood Posted: June 2, 2022

    The Great Outdoors was a great choice, but then, a potty training theme might have been pretty entertaining.

    Thanks to my bike trip in Wisconsin last month, I have a better understanding about what a glacial moraine is. All that glacial stuff is interesting to me now.

    • By: Rich-Illinois Posted: June 2, 2022

      Cheers Greg on Glacial Education!
      BIG Drumlin roll!!! 🙂

    • By: Rich-Illinois Posted: June 2, 2022

      Hi Bill,
      Yes, it is supposed to be a handlebar bag, but I modified it with velcro strips so it is more a seat bag now.
      I just clamped it in the rack for convenience of not having to monkey with attaching it to the seat rails.
      Actually, I can get all of my stuff in it, a small seat bag with tools, tube, CO2 inflator etc, as well as a Fix a Flat type repair for bicycles.
      Kinda kluged together into a sort of trunk bag too I guess?

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