Return loop

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.

Photo ride

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.

Queen Anne's lace

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.

Queen Anne's lace animation

I hope you’re enjoying your summer evenings, 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.