Thursday, July 17, 2008

Foggy Morning

Had to hose down and relube the bike after the ride on Tuesday, and I was able to get out this morning for a quick trip to the bridge.

Breakfast on the Wabash
Breakfast Over the Wabash
Check out the large view to see the swallows

Foggy Lane
More Birds, This Time in the Dead Tree

Corn Silk

Miles Ridden: 9.1


Blogger Apertome said...

Amazing shots ... I'm a sucker for fog. The first shot is especially awesome. Great job.

10:04 AM  
Anonymous Andrew said...

I had to do a double take when I saw the photo with the swallows! At first I thought it was a dirty lens or something. Nice pic!

11:46 AM  
Blogger SiouxGeonz said...

Lots of good Champoo-Banana routes. is one out to Sadorus and back. From Meadowbrook park I've got a handful more (I put "pedometer" in my blog search window ;)) - cut and paste follows; some of 'em come into town in funny places but that you can adapt...

The first is - it's a "Philo-SIdney" route. Goes by nice horse farms; the mile into Philo is a bit busy so you can go one more mile and then turn left (East?). There's a Casey's in each town. is an eastbound route to St. Joseph, home of the GOlden Mine restaurant (and a Daairy Queen near the interestate). I may be one block too far SOuth in St. oe for the Golden Mine, but I don't think so. will take you through Tolono. This particular route takes you past the Freedom Station in Tolono, tho' you ccan also continue on 1200 (First STreet) South another mile and cutting across town on the South end. Coming North on 900 (Duncan Road), there is at the corner of ... hmmm... 1000? I think... on the right hand side, there's a water pump in the corner of a field which a cyclist's relation is pleased to let us use. is in the same direction but continues to take in the town of Sadorus; when you turn NOrth you'll go by a baseball park on the right (just after crossing the train tracks) that has bathrooms or something close to it. (If I remember right, the water from the fountain is nasty, though.)

11:45 AM  
Blogger Tom said...

Great shots. I can't wait until our corn is ripe!

11:36 PM  
Anonymous The Spokesrider said...

Hi, Dan

I hope to be spending a few days riding in the W/Lafayette area next week. Is there any way to recognize you if I see you on the road? If you see an old touring bike with a red handlebar bag, somewhat tattered and with maps leaking out the edges, and the rider wearing civilian clothes, it could be me.

1:03 PM  
Blogger Dan said...


Actually, I'm in TN this week, so you probably won't see me.

However, I'm riding a black Trek Pilot, and I'll probably look sweaty and exhausted if the heat continues.

Have a good ride!


7:21 AM  

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