Clear Wednesday & Sunday mornings. Rain possible Thursday, Friday, & Saturday.
I biked to Mt. Sinai today [3.68 mi.] for my 4th site survey and biked home [3.08 mi.]. I also looked at the church grounds Easter Sunday evening.
In terms of blossoms and the weather forecast, I need to shoot tomorrow morning. That means sunrise be there before the rising sun.
I expect this will be a two-part shoot. There is not sufficient foliage of the trees for a meaningful spring presentation.
North Carolina Trailhead named to honor “Bicycle Man”
Moses Mathis worked hard for 22 years to put smiles on the faces of Fayetteville, North Carolina, children by providing free bicycles to them at Christmas time.
Over the years, he became known as the “Bicycle Man.” Since he started the program in his Tiffany Pines neighborhood in 1990, Mathis and his team of volunteers refurbished and distributed some 26,000 bicycles.
Continue reading “Dedication ~ Moses Mathis–The Bicycle Man, Trailhead, Cape Fear River Trail”
Another ride in the bank. I tried the 2nd hill at mile 6. For now, it is too steep to ride seated on this single speed with its gearing. Riding standing is more difficult on a crank forward bike. Anyway, I rode a longer distance in a shorter period than yesterday’s ride. I plan to ride again Tuesday & Thursday. Tomorrow, I may walk to the gym.
At one point, as many a 7 cycles, now 3 + an ElliptiGO.