Your shadow takes pretty good pics, though once he got in one, he had a hard time staying out of the rest. ;)There is definitely a positive feedback loop with commuting, the more you do it, the more you enjoy it, the more you do it.
Yup... that shadow is hard to lose. I'll see if I can out run him tomorrow.
I must have chosen the wrong field, you computer guys go into work late enough to have a shadow and then I bump on the Keystone on the way home. I'm getting screwed.Bob, question for you. When riding in while the birds are just starting to sing, I get to Blondo street and loving the ride then I get just to the end of the auto body shop and a big release of compressed air shoots out and scares the jebers out of me. This morning I made it all the way to the end of the building and no puff of air, cool, Just the sounds of the morning, then BAM or PISSSSSS! I thought I was in the clear. Does that ever happen to you?
Thanks for posting Biker Bob. It's great to see other folks enjoying their commute as much as I do.If anyone else want's to post just let me know. The more people we have posting the better:)
Josh, I'll chime in here. That building must have pretty bad gas. It happens to me all the time. And yes, most of the time, I almost end up on the side of the trail after I do an impromptu bunny hop after getting startled.On my commute down Center then Saddle Creek, I keep trying to tell passing drivers, telekinetically of course, that they are missing out on so much by driving to work. Maybe once gas hits $4.00 a gall, people will open their minds and listen to me. I mean, sheesh, my brain is tired of screaming.I'm a fan of Sci-fi movies and when The Time Machine got re-remade in 2002(?) it had an awesome scene where the time traveler ended up in the mid-2000s, I think. He was in New York and there were no cars. Everyone was either walking or biking and of course, skinny. I saw that and had one of those "wowie" moments. Sure would be nice.
JW... yeah, that happens to me every morning. Scares the ___ out of me most mornings even though I'm expecting it. I think that is just the safety valve on the compressor they use for their painting equipment.t-bone... you more than welcome. I also agree that more posters would be great.munson... I agree, My mind is tired of screaming too, but I don't think I should share what my mind screams while I'm riding down center street during rush-hour.
I miss the keystone on the commute. Really miss Elmwood. Thanks for the photos!
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