Great pictures! These caught my eye especially because they look like they could have been taken in Portland, and we just had a Tweed Ride the other day!
The mossy, tendril-y trees make quite the grand archway for his entrance. A perfectly dapper ensemble for a dreary late-winter day.
Spring has arrived( i think)! Bring out the bikes! any meet ups and rides in the area any time soon??
Anonymous said...>Spring has arrived( i think)! Bring out the bikes! >any meet ups and rides in the area any time soon??Maybe we can plan one ourselves. I had a thought for a "Tacky Plaid Ride".The Cherry Blossom Festival is going to have a Bike The Blossoms ride on April 16th.http://vcbf.ca/events/bike-the-blossomsVelopalooza has a calendar on their website with rides:http://www.velopalooza.com/viewmonth.php?Vancouver Bicycle Rides is similar:http://www.vancouverbicyclerides.com/Mandy said:>The mossy, tendril-y trees make quite the grand >archway for his entrance. A perfectly dapper >ensemble for a dreary late-winter day.I love those trees too. There's a sign there saying that some are diseased and need to come down.The vaulting that happens on some streets is really cool. 10th avenue between Clark and Woodland is like that too with horse chestnut trees.
let's do this!! but which one?
Nothing better then a handsome man in tweed on a bike..........