THIRD WEEK OF JANUARY RIDES PHOTOS
Week number three of January brought weather of many descriptions, but we could just about always count on clouds, damp and cold ;’-).
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Nice photos, I really like the barn — and the green grass and even some foliage looks especially good right now.
Every photo has a polygon of one form another too.
I suppose we cannot escape polygons ;’-). We pay for all that good greenery with lots of rain, but we get used to that and love the green.
I doubt that weather of any type would stop you for long. 🙂
You have such faith in me Laura ;’-). Maybe not for long, but snow and ice are real deterrents. So happy to not live (like Greg) where that is prevalent.
Yes, I do and you always prove me correct. 🙂
If I had been in your city writing poetry, I would have been inside that really cool barn.
Oh, so THAT’S where you were ;’-).
An interesting green house – somebody there drinks a lot of soda pop! And a very cool barn with what looks like Chinese characters on the painted sign. The first one, zhong, means center or middle. It’s one of the few characters I remember from my year studying Chinese. I don’t know the second character.
Just read in your blog that a Japanese family ran the farm with the red barn, so that’s not Chinese but Japanese. They have many characters in common.
I wonder what it does say. Maybe Rich can research this with his unmatched research skills, and let us know. Rich?
Well, I did find the first symbol (left) maybe . . . . means “middle”? Its 1376 on the list of over 2100.
Didnt see the second one, but after a while eye glaze sets in! Maybe you can spot it — the little J-like stroke on the lower right a key, then look for the rectangles etc.
I thought I had found it on #1405, but the legs are different. I am not able to see one that matches that on the sign. ;’-(.
Looks like lots of good rides. And as Rich said, all that green looks pretty appealing right now.
Looks like you made the most of the time between the bits of bad weather. The green looks pretty attractive to me, too, in our hot dry summer (that was supposed to be cooler and wetter than normal, but has actually had below normal rain all spring and summer so far – bar Oct which was just on average).