Explosions of color everywhere. 3 Nov 2022 Olympus Pen EES-2/Kodak Portra 160 I've hinted at this before, and it still sounds weird, but I miss the idea of a bike commute. I commuted to work by bike from 2001 to 2019. Since then, I've mostly worked from home, so the need to get on a... Continue Reading →
Return to Tabor Mountain (and Sunset/Moonrise), 9 March 2020
At the Slough Country Ramble on Saturday February 22nd, Stasia wondered why she hasn't run into me on Mount Tabor. She goes there a lot, and figured since my current place is close, I'd be up there a bunch. I admitted that despite living in North Tabor for a year, I haven't been up there... Continue Reading →
My Raleigh Superbe at (almost) five years: A superb bike!
Taken with my Minolta Hi-Matic 7s 35mm film camera. (Film: Kodak Gold 200) My Raleigh Superbe is soon to be a member of my Five Year Club, bikes that I've had for that time period. The Crested Butte and Schwinn Heavy Duti have passed those milestones, the Bantam will soon. I got my hands on... Continue Reading →
I've lived at my current house in Woodlawn for three years. The distance to work is just a little under 6 miles (10 km.) Over the three years I've refined my morning bike commute into the most efficient and fastest route possible. I'm generally okay with it, as it sticks mostly to low traffic streets.... Continue Reading →
Sunrise on the frosty, foggy commute to work this morning.
Sunrise on the frosty, foggy commute to work this morning., a photo by urbanadventureleaguepdx on Flickr. It was about 30F/-1C at 7 am when I left the house to ride the 6 miles (10 km) to ride into work. It was fairly foggy, which left a bit of frost on the streets. Thankfully nothing too... Continue Reading →