October Challenge – Vanishing points
Well I’ve just managed to slip this post in edgeways to complete this months challenge. True, it’s the 1st of November here but this website is still in Californian time and I’ve really been busy doing lots of rides lately. A few weeks ago I joined my cycling club and rode for nine days around the wheatbelt east of here and today I returned from a short three day loop ride from home with two cycling mates to Toodyay and back. It began in sweltering heat and ended in cold and rain but still loved getting out there on the road. The first vanishing point image which includes the bike is from the middle of Riverside Drive in front of the city on a quiet moment.
With the virus, elections, riots, guns everywhere and Halloween the US sounds a little scary at the moment, so here’s some scary things you DON’T have below. (might make you feel a little more safer)
Here’s the link to my last On Your Bike ride I did a few weeks ago in the wheatbelt if you’re interested. https://www.crazyguyonabike.com/doc/?o=1mr&doc_id=23250&v=BP
Also if you are on Mr Zuckerburg’s evil information gathering site (Facebook) I’ve made a deal with the devil, sold my soul and have created a group ‘ Worldwide Cycling Video Snippets’ where you can put up a short cycling video up. I’m enjoying seeing other folks cycling spots.
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10 response to "October Challenge – Vanishing points"
Looks like fun. And now, when someone comments to me about how terrible everything seems in the US, can respond with “Well yes, but at least we don’t have swooping magpies!”.
Always important to look on the bright side of things, you don’t have crocodiles or Irukandji jellyfish or stonefish too.
Beautiful photos, and some qualify for the Empty Challenge as well.
The tour looked like a lot of fun and good times for all involved.
Toward the end of the photos, the tents and setting sun is one fantastic photo!
It was a fun tour, not a lot of scenery but good cycling.
If I saw a pink kangasaurus I don’t know how I’d react. Would I fight it? Would I jump out of my skin? It sounds a lot worse than a magpie.
Anyway, good job in going with California time to justify the last minute vanishing point entry.
Yes thank god the earth is round with different time zones….or is it really flat?
Kangasaurus!?! I’ve always heard about unusual fauna Down Under, but that’s a new one. I hope it doesn’t become an invasive species up here.
Actually you could use a few kangaroos to keep the grass down in summer, glad you got through the fires, our turn now.
Always good to get out and get in some longer rides before the heat sets in! Well done.
Already planning another weekender south of the city, then hopefully, touch wood do my Melb to Syd ride in Autumn.