The glass map panels on the Pulse stations seem to be fragile. I drove past this one a couple of days ago when the afternoon sun was behind it and it looked awesome. I just couldn’t capture it in a photo.
After a day and a half walking around Philadelphia, the fake Irish celebrating St Patrick’s Day are spilling out into the streets. From the woman at the front desk of our hotel:
This is what we do in America: we take other countries’ holidays and we wreck them. You should see what we do to Cinco de Mayo.
🎆 America! 🎇
The forecast is calling for snow, but the yard is calling for spring.
Less than a month ago — almost 2 weeks before the official start of winter — Richmond got a foot of snow. Today was the first 🏍 & ☕️ of 2019: it was nearly 60° and 50+ bikes showed up for coffee and waffles. It’s weird, but I’ll take it!
A beautiful day in the 60s at the end of December demands an all-day motorcycle ride to the mountains. It’s some kinda law.
Unlike other parts of the country, late November is still quite pleasant around Richmond. 😉
A year or so ago I saw an Instructable on installing LED lighting in a workshop using bulk LED reels. The idea resonated with me: I spend a lot of time in the garage and there is (well, was) never enough light.
I took an early-morning ride up toward Lake Anna, just to get a little helmet time on the VFR. It was a nice and cool and the fog was high enough to provide some atmosphere but not too low to restrict visibility. Fall really is one of my favorite times to ride.
I think I can, I think I can…
Today was just about pounding out miles. About 850 of them today. And a big chunk was at 95° with a 20mph crosswind, across most of Kansas. I’m beat! No photos because it’s hard to get a picture of wind and heat.