is it spring already?
high point of the day
i'm trying to aim the shot, leaning back a bit all the while coasting and not losing control and ending up in the ditch full of green, green, green slime and other assorted muck.OldEndicottHiway said:Nice shots. But that bike shot has me confused. I'm thinking ...is he moving? Or is he standing over the TT and if he's moving then what's he sitting on...?
Love the green green green pic!
this is up in Sonoma County, between Santa Rosa and Sebastopol on the MUT that runs between the 2. the "high elevation" shot was at the top of Burnside Rd., Behind me opens up over towards the Pacific. It was kind of hazy so you couldn't see the water all that well and it didn't come out in the pics.Cory said:Saw those fields of mustard on my way down last night, but I don't have a bike at Grandpa's house now and can't ride (I was going to bring the folder, but once we loaded the dog, there wasn't room).
Biggest shock to me when I moved from Nor Cal in the '70s was that other places weren't green in winter. I thought EVERYPLACE looked like this in February and got brown in June and July.
i figure i would roll into LA in full lounge kit. :thumbsup: as for the red dress, well we'll see what I can find.snapdragen said:Do you have your bike/helmet decor ready? Do they still do red dress day? I recommend red tule on the helmet.......
they're great little lights. specially this time of year where it's not hard to get caught out around dusk or later or even during the day when it's a bit dark from heavy cloud cover.mohair_chair said:Everyone should have one of those Knog Light Frogs on their bike.
orbit said:As a wimmenz, I don't think that I would ever feel right about posting pics under that thread title.