A couple of weeks ago, I last biked my local loop through the neighborhoods, Dawson Creek park, and fields. I repeated it again today, thinking that the wheat field would be stubble. Not yet.
After work, my bike was calling my name. As it was too late for caffeine, I headed off to my friends: the wheat field and the power pole.
One of the advantages of touring around on a bike is how easy it is to jump off and take a couple of pictures.
For once, the wind seemed to be at my back most of the time, well, except for one section. No worries. I geared down and enjoyed the scenery. After all, my bike isn’t built for speed, but comfort. With its upright seating, it’s more of an “enjoy the scenery” sort of ride.
I hope you’re enjoying your summer evenings, too!
I rode by the same field and took pretty much the same picture. And then I took a different way home. One nice thing about a slower bike is that I explore closer to home.
I hope you are finding time for safe adventures, too!
Field of green
The last couple of days, it’s rained in the mornings. That’s a good time to go for a bike ride. So, off I went.
I found a quiet country road I hadn’t ridden down before and found a field of grain. The next day, I rode down a road I had ridden down before and found the same field of grain.