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This was meant to show the landscape around the Western Heritage Museum, which sits atop a hill, the brownish building almost in the center of the image. I’m on the Katy Trail, south of the hilltop, looking north toward the … Continue reading
Today I experimented a bit with my cellphone camera. It does okay, which means not as good as my regular camera. Neither is very good facing the sun, but the cellphone is definitely worse. You can just about make out … Continue reading
As usual, some of my shots just didn’t turn out too well, so there’s only three this time from two different rides. This one is an old monument base that once celebrated something along the lines of this part of … Continue reading
Out at Draper Lake, this picnic point has been ravaged by high water. At times this past year you would have struggled to wade across the narrow neck out to the temporarily isolated island. It should recover in a year … Continue reading
Today’s training ride took me north. I cross the path of the North Canadian River several times on these northern hill rides. This is from the bridge on Midwest Boulevard. The recent heavy snow melt and rains have changed the … Continue reading
Here’s what I expect, what I’m planning to face. The political situation will continue to degrade. The federal government is totally united against something over half the population. It is supported by Big Tech. Right now states are lining up … Continue reading
Today it was finally warm enough, and the snow cleared enough, to begin training for this year’s bikepacking. This is just a shot of the bridge over Crutcho Creek in Ray Trent Park, Del City, OK. You can see limbs … Continue reading
I’m willing to bet most of my readers have more snow than this. I shoveled as much of the walkway as I use myself, out to our car, just in case we have to go somewhere. I can drive in … Continue reading
It’s been about a month since my last ride, and much longer since I stopped to take pictures. Today we start with the eastern shore of Draper Lake. I stood here a while enjoying the splash of waves on some … Continue reading