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Trail Riders

Trail riders enjoying the American River Bike Trail. Photo rendered in black and white for Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Ground.

Leisure

I Love My Bike

Growing up, having a bike was a necessity. It’s become a part of who I am. I love riding anytime and anywhere. It gives me this wonderful feeling of freedom. 123 more words

Musings

Spring Went Sproing in 1965, Part 2

Take a couple seconds to study the photograph in the header. What do you think it shows, besides a depot and railroad tracks?

This is downtown Mankato’s view of the Minnesota River. 345 more words

The Baboon Congress

Complete this Survey to Promote Cycling and Tourism in Washington

By participating in this survey you will help a grassroots citizens group realize a pedestrian path along the Mt Baker Highway corridor.

Mt Baker Highway, AKA Washington State Highway 542 stretches 58 miles from sea level in Bellingham, Washington to Artist’s Point at an elevation of 5,140 feet – a scenic overlook above tree line that on clear days treats visitors to sublime views of Mt Baker and Mt Shuksan. 844 more words

Cycling

155/365 POTD

Propitious signs on the evening commute….

Photography

What I'm already learning about Virginia bike trails

One article in my Google Alerts, about a two-mile section of a Virginia trail called the Seaboard Coastline Trail, sends me down a rabbit hole. 238 more words

East Coast Greenway

I Only Know What I Saw

What a wonderful day today.

But for that one picture in my head.  That lingers in my thoughts.

We headed out of town to go for a bike ride.   449 more words

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