Today’s Walking Photo: This is one very impressive, majestic old tree. I know there’s not much in the picture to provide scale, but that’s a two-lane residential road going past it – not a dinky little bike path or something.
Today’s Walking Photo: If you ask me, ‘Murrican chimneys are really the only kind worth even bothering with. That’s just a fact.
Today’s Walking Photo: Hey, those hanging shoe organizers are totally space-saving and efficient, but…as a window treatment? I’m gonna have to call foul, folks.
Today’s Walking Photo: Wellllllll…this is kind of a repeat, but I’m so much happier with this shot than the one I got about a year ago that it seemed worth posting. Enjoy?
Today’s Walking Photo: Wow…this well-appointed open-air office space is available to you rent-free!
Today’s Walking Photo: Hey everybody, say hello to the Lion of Flanders! This distinguished-looking fella is a course marker for the very unofficial but very popular bicycling event known as Ronde PDX. It took place a couple weekends ago, and the course is renowned as the most fiendishly difficult combination of hills and distance anyone could devise: 47 miles and almost 8000 feet of climbing. Oh, so it’s hills you need? Yeah, my neighborhood’s got a few.
Today’s Walking Photo: You’re looking at a recycling bin that’s supposed to contain glass items only. Last I checked, those Gatorade® bottles were made of plastic, and therefore belong in the big blue wheeled bin you see in the background. This stuff isn’t that hard to figure out.
Also easy to figure out: I’m a hypercritical misanthrope. Have a happy.