Saturday, July 30, 2011

No photographer is as good as the simplest camera. ~Edward Steichen

My day in photo's...31 miles on the bike after a big storm rolled thru here last night (stuff wrecked, trees downed, boats capsized) and then 3 miles running this aft...a pic was definitely taken for Adam at "The Boring Runner" and Beth at "Shut Up and Run"...I think you will figure out which one......


I kinda feel like Barefoot Neil??? with all the pics.(I think he needs some love these days!!!!). Go ask him some questions...go!!!...right now like!!!!


So, if a picture is worth a 1000 words, this blog is now 43,000+ words.


To answer before asked - yes those are buffalo or bison.


Picture 21 with the riders...if you look at the bottom of the picture, you see indents in the road. If you are driving a car, when you hit them with your tires, they rumble and vibrate to tell you you are near the ditch (if your kinda napping). When you hit them on a road bike at 25 miles/hour, you get scrambled eggs...cha ching!!!!


Inverarden is back in the bush so you can't see much off it! Too bad, a ton of history around here along the beautiful St. Lawrence River.


And Williamstown is where I will hopefully make my triumphant return by running the 11 km "Great Raison River Run".

























 


























And to ask a question....what would you do for your significant other? Does "Cariboo Cameron" trump us all? And what exactly happened to all that extra booze? 

..enjoy the rest of the weekend!!!

ciao

3 comments:

Jamoosh said...

"Scrambled eggs" - Not a pleasant feeling at all.

Coy Martinez said...

Now that's a pictorial!!

Kate said...

Ooh, those bumpy strips are miserable. A couple years ago, I rode the length of the Katy Trail in Missouri, about 240 miles over 5 days. The first two days were 60+ mile days, and somehow it was always near the end of those days when we'd hit patches of the crushed limestone trail where farmers had driven their gigantic tractors (and thus gigantic tractor tires) across the trail and left behind sections like those ones in your picture. Ugh.

Love the pictures!

I'd answer your question, but I don't understand it. :)