Well, of course we had a grey day for our ride, but Cindy, Kathy and I enjoyed being on our bike. We met at Cindy’s house and headed for Centennial Park.

We stopped for a rest and snack break at the park which is home to this old school house. The school house building is destined for other purposes now.

As promised, in this next photo you will witness, as we did, the wisp of a cloud. That blue you see never got much bigger and soon was once again hidden by grey sky. Undaunted, we continued on our way to our lunch destination at Reddi Spaghetti.

Behind the school house there are these huge rocks that have no identifying information. Just part of the park.

Another good day in the saddle.

5 response to "RIDE #3 JANUARY (WITH WISP OF A CLOUD)"

  1. By: Rich-Illinois Posted: January 6, 2019

    The old school house is a great feature, a few remain around here, at least one has been re-purposed similar to that one.
    Gray ride here this morning too — at this time of year we will take what we can get.

    • By: NancyG Posted: January 6, 2019

      Yep, at least we had a day without rain or high wind!! So I do take what I can get Rich. Had another ride today – but solo. Hope I might have a little something to say about it for a post later.

  2. By: The Navigator Posted: January 7, 2019

    Grey is better than leaky grey! We have not had a single cloud the past two days – too hot to want to ride anyway. Isn’t it wonderful to know that there is all sorts of weather happening around the globe at any one time? 🙂

    Are those rocks little bouldering/climbing walls for kids? I’ve seen a lot of them in Colorado with kids clambering on them.

    • By: NancyG Posted: January 7, 2019

      We often have leaky clouds Em ;’-). And I just missed some of the leak at the end of my ride yesterday. And you are right — grey is better than leaky grey! Though I did a little neighborhood ride yesterday I had no time to post about it, and hope to do that later today.

      Those are not bouldering rocks, but there is no notice to ‘keep off’, so I suppose someone could try thier skill if they wanted to. Next time I ride by the elementary school, I will take a photo of the small climbing wall there and post it.

  3. By: Suzanne Posted: January 12, 2019

    Good for you, getting out on your bike regularly. I am now back home and there is MUCH snow. So I even envy you your grey non-leaking clouds.

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