WEEK 2 FEBRUARY RIDES AND PHOTOS #26-30
Tomorrow actually ends week 2 of my cycling photos, but with snow all day today, and what he aftermath will be, there is no telling when I will get to ride again ;’-0.
I had a difficult time with uploading photos here so rather than taking more time to write anything about them, I will defer to my blog.
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8 response to "WEEK 2 FEBRUARY RIDES AND PHOTOS #26-30"
Sorry to hear you had difficulty uploading photos. Is this something new for you?
I have had this problem one other time. It may well be at my end, but when I click to photo and “upload”, my photo library has not come up. So I waited a good while and when I went back, I could do it.
Five consecutive days ?
I was so happy to get those days before our current snow that arrived yesterday ;’-). Eight inches by late in the day is a lot for us, and thankfully (for me) we don’t get that too often. We will get a little more of that today then transition to rain tonight with days before riding will be good again.
You are really lucky to see those cabooses – such a rarity these days. I’m just old enough to remember them in childhood but they were gone by the time I was a teen. I love the pic of the fence and evergreens with snow. Hope everything melts quickly so you can get back on the bike soon!
That caboose was such a treat to see on our ride. It is a very small train that apparently hauls things from or around the Boeing field. I love trains, and really love the caboose.
Great variety for the week! Go Nancy! I did hear that Seattle had some inclement weather. How far are you from Seattle? I keep running to look out the window. Snow was to start here at 1AM and continue through tomorrow, but so far I just see the leftover ice. Snow can be fun. Ice is not.
We are about 20 minutes (on a good day) from Seattle, and got the weather shortly after they did in town. It started in the south part of the state and worked its way up to us and beyond. Susan and I had a good snow walk with snow falling as we trudged up to the cafe for pick up of Valentine’s Day brunch to bring home. A great 3 mile walk but made a bit harder with deepish snow. After thought was that we “should” have been on our snow shoes ?.