Stretching the Legs: Various

Again this past little while the cycling has been a mixed bag. Most of it is commuting into the shop here at Art Brulant, but, for variation, some of it not so. Trying to tack some extra riding onto a daily commute does work, but sometimes you want something different. Some routes just can’t be added on.

So this past week included some different territory. I enjoyed that. Must do more!



Your standard gravel route. Approximately 85-95% of my riding is on gravel. The rest, though paved, is still on back roads. Though I am not comfortable on some of the main roads (pup trailers on logging trucks – think ‘an uncontrolled puppy dog’s tail’), someday I should try some longer paved routes. It would be nice to compare average speeds on both.




Wild Blue Flag Iris and Cinnamon Fern. Finding these in a rather wet area the mosquitos were very friendly.




Canada Anemone. I really like the way these carpet the sides and ditches on a road.





I found these wooden sculptures on a bridge en route. They were just there. Great!

About Art Brûlant

Artist and Coffee Roaster who likes the outdoors, cycling and fly fishing and also operates "Art Brûlant" a coffee place with space for Art.
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