Melissa and I headed south to Sacramento — she, back to school, and me, to work in Folsom for a couple of days. It’s nice to have company when traveling. :-)
Still in the Folsom area, I rode my bike to work again today. This time, I took pictures of the biking infrastructure. It’s quite nice, almost reason enough to move back to the Sacramento area. My Folsom commute is a little farther than my Hillsboro commute: 5.46 miles from garage door to bike rack, if… Continue reading Biking to Work in Folsom
Another trip to Folsom, this time by car. Although the drive is long, there are some benefits — for example, being able to strap my bike to the back. This morning, I rode my bike to work along Lake Natoma. I had to stop a moment to look at the oak trees across the field.… Continue reading Not Just Another Ride to Work
The sun greeted me this morning as I walked into FM7. A couple of minutes earlier, the sun was skirting the edge of the clouds, casting pale blue rays into the sky. Unfortunately, instead of taking pictures, I was on my knees in the parking lot, peering under my rental car, searching for two renegade… Continue reading Good Morning, Folsom!
Good morning, Folsom!
I brought my bike along as we deliver Melissa to college so I could bike to work in Folsom. That’s a first for me. I was able to ride along the American River bike trail part of the way, so I took some pictures. I made a mistake, took a wrong turn, and ended up… Continue reading Commute by Bike in Folsom
An early morning flight from HIO to MHR for a day in FM7. I sat in seat 4A and took a few pictures at the beginning of the flight. Update: On the flight home, I sat in an aisle seat, so no pictures. :-(
I had a “quick” day trip to Folsom on the “nerd bird.” It’s a long day, but with close airports, short shuttle trips, and no TSA hassles, I get an 8-hour day on site. Of course, I had my camera with me. Update. From a comment I received on Facebook, it’s clear I should clarify.… Continue reading The View From 12C
On my way out to the car after work, I pointed my camera straight up. Blue! :-) Actually, it’s amazingly close to Deep Sky Blue3 or maybe Steel Blue3.