Street photos...

6.20.2009

Bridge taken, hill not taken

Currently under repair.

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I didn't like the prospect of having to reclimb the elevation, so I turned around...

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11 comments:

  1. On your bike, right?

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  2. Yep. Pedal power all the way, jj.

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  3. I used to be able to do that, but that was a while back. Now, due to the arthritis, the old knees just won't take it. The bike along with running up stairs, are a thing of my past.

    Looks like a beautiful ride you took there.

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  4. Next week I want to ride to a little town east of here, if the weather's good. I have an old knee injury that stopped bothering me after a summer of bike riding. 35 years of smoking (quit 3 mo ago) pretty much keeps me from running up stairs.

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  5. My knees prefer flatland also, but my eyes prefer views!

    This is so fresh and green, wow! Like in Good ol' Denmark :-)

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  6. catching up on your photos... which are great as always. While at the air shows taking pictures, I often thought of you and what YOU would take pictures of if you were there LOL

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  7. I prefer flatland, too, Elin, but I would never get far :-) It certainly took long enough for it to get green here :-)

    Why, thank you, Dorrie. I would take photos of most everything :-)

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  8. "Long and winding road"? Great country view.

    I still need to replace my front rim. It's pictures like these that have me re-evaluating my priorities. (ie: new camera first? new rim first? groceries, or right, groceries...)

    Congrats on the smoking...I'm still trying to side-step that demon. This is a tough one.

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  9. Any camera will take photos, you have to get where the shots are at first, S. :-)

    I had help with the smoking, Champix. It really worked for me.

    Groceries are good choice for placing funds, too.

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  10. They're both beautiful. Love those full, leafy trees!

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  11. Thanks, Kate. It makes riding in the country very nice.

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