Cold ride with lots of photos
Today's ride was very cold for this desert dweller. When I rolled out of my driveway it was 37 degrees and I was decked out in my new tights, skull cap, and winter gloves.
I got about 2 miles from my house and almost turned around. But I decided to go a little further, which turned into a little further, which turned into 32 miles which consisted of 50% streets and 50% MUP.
Here are some photos I took with my new camera:
This is the rattlesnake bridge, which crosses a major street into Downtown Tucson.
This is the inside of the snake bridge.
And the tail of the snake. There is a motion detector near the tail which triggers a rattle sound. Scared some drunk homeless guys pretty good.
The Davis Monthan Air Force bone yard is right next to the MUP. Anyone know what plane this is?
Yes that is snow on those Mountains surrounding Tucson.
This is the basket bridge which is supposed to look like a Native American basket.
The inside of the basket bridge.
And lastly Downtown Tucson
The cold weather isn't expected to last long, thank goodness. Should be in the low 70s on Monday.