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TR6SC

I live for the CABE
Haha! He's a retired life science teacher with one published children's book. He he lives off of SSI and tips. He does pretty good out here.


Downtown Visalia is improving. I got married at the Lamplighter Inn.... I sang Frank Sintra's version of " I've got you under my skin" to my wife; first and last time singing in public. Stop by for a ride sometime.
-Jake
I'll do that Jake. I drive from Eureka to SoCal 3 or 4 times a year. It's a date, but no singing! Mike
 

Kstone

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Pittsburgh adventures. 17 miles, lots of sunshine, a trip to the strip district (the market district), and $30 of cheese later...

I started off at Bicycle Heaven. It's a safe place to park and relax... and the trail that runs through the city is just a block away. Said hey to Craig. Then went cruising.
Had lots of good chats with people biking by, admiring the ole girl.
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Then I went to the strip and bought some Inca cola, cheese too expensive for my wallet, and a sweeeet pitcher plant.
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Then began the journey home.
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I stopped at the fountain I normally take photos at. It's where the rivers part around the city. Seems like they were cleaning it. It was off for the most part, so everyone was splashing in the water and I decided to join in. I wish I could have stayed longer, but my cheese was melting.

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I think I deserve a burger!
 

dnc1

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Pittsburgh adventures. 17 miles, lots of sunshine, a trip to the strip district (the market district), and $30 of cheese later...

I started off at Bicycle Heaven. It's a safe place to park and relax... and the trail that runs through the city is just a block away. Said hey to Craig. Then went cruising.
Had lots of good chats with people biking by, admiring the ole girl. View attachment 645033 View attachment 645037 View attachment 645032 View attachment 645035

Then I went to the strip and bought some Inca cola, cheese too expensive for my wallet, and a sweeeet pitcher plant.
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Then began the journey home. View attachment 645030 View attachment 645031 View attachment 645034


I stopped at the fountain I normally take photos at. It's where the rivers part around the city. Seems like they were cleaning it. It was off for the most part, so everyone was splashing in the water and I decided to join in. I wish I could have stayed longer, but my cheese was melting.

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I think I deserve a burger!
Great photos @Kstone! Love the 'tunnel' shot, and the fountain one!
 

Duchess

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Went to Forest River Park in Salem to do more of the endless thinking about the boat I'll be building when we finally get into the next house while watching people ski from the backs of some of the fat production boats that have inspired me to design something myself.

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That little island, Jeggle Island, featured prominently in the first book I tried to write, a terrible fantasy novel where a kid finds a dimension portal to another world and a space craft he uses to defend the people of a third, more primitive world. Well, he intended to use it to defend them—I stopped writing it and tossed it before the final battle, so the unfortunate kingdom is forever locked in a state of anxiety over what they believe is their impending annihilation. I think that makes more of a statement than the finished book would have.

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