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Tag: rain

  • Drop Leaf

    Drop Leaf

    I almost tabled this post.

  • Splash!


    I’ve done variations of this picture before. This is certainly the splashiest! I like ’em all. :-) o/-<|:

  • Spittin’ wheels

    Spittin’ wheels

    This morning, I was inspired to take a push during lunch. Almost to Starbucks, the sky started spitting. The rain wasn’t supposed to start until after 4, so I figured it wouldn’t get worse. Faulty logic I know, but I stopped anyway. One of my favorite baristas who used to work at my favorite Starbucks…

  • Happy Vernal Equinox!

    Happy Vernal Equinox!

    equinoxrainsprinkles petals–Brent Logan (2016)

  • Drops


    After a few days of dry weather, Hillsboro returns to the wet. The rain keeps Oregon green.

  • Cannon Beach

    Cannon Beach

    Cannon Beach never fails to delight, regardless of the weather. A steady blast from the south has scrubbed the beach clear of its dunes, down to hard-pack sand. Rain only adds to the Oregon fun. The tides are higher than I’ve ever seen, nearly reaching the beach’s edge. I hope your weekend is going as…

  • Holy Saturday at Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden

    Holy Saturday at Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden

    This afternoon, we decided to visit the Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden. On the way, we hit some heavy rain, but the weather was nice when we arrived. We had most of the park to ourselves. When the rain finally arrived at the garden (with a little sleet and hail mixed in for variety) we decided…

  • Morning Commute, Part IX

    Morning Commute, Part IX

    After a couple of days off due to business travel to Arizona, I’m back in the saddle. Today was my first commute in steady rain in a long time. Having dry shoes and socks in my DIY bucket pannier was great. A dry change of warmer clothes, though not necessary, was nice too. Thanks to…

  • Last Day of BTA Bike Commute Challenge

    Today is the last day of the BTA Bicycle Commute Challenge, so of course, I rode my bike to work. I’m so thankful for the rain gear I got for Christmas a couple of years back. That, and the dry shoes I carry in my waterproof bucket pannier.