Was that a bald eagle on the side? Are you close to water/fish? Cool capture on video!
Yes, I can roll my own potsticker skins!
Awesome! I just saw my first 2 bald eagles a couple of weeks ago while hiking/camping. They are magnificent creatures. Makes you proud to be an American
Such beautiful surrounding! This is Seattle? As a New Yorker I envy you.
They're about as common as rats up here. Still very cool though. Makes me proud to be Canadian!
Cool to see that and yeah, great path!
Cool! I once came across a bald eagle eating a fish while canoeing. I got to within 10 feet or so before he saw me and flew off.
Honestly, with that kind of places, I can hardly imagine why anyone with a sound body would not commute by bike. What is the fun to sit inside a car going through such places?
That's kinda why I ride every day now (rain or shine), gotta make up for that lost time.
Now each time you are there think how many envious eyes are watching
Is it safe to ride there at night?
I came across a bald eagle once while hiking up in the New England mountains. He was not pleased that I was hiking near what, I guess, was his nest. He landed and spread his wings -- if the idea was to make himself look intimidating, it worked. You don't realize what the wing-span of a bald eagle is until you see one with spread wings up close. Wow. Majestic creatures, but I sure wouldn't want to mess with one.
"There is more to life than increasing its speed" -- Mahatma Gandhi
nice, but you gonna get that camera mounted to your helmet now, or what?
cycling is like baseball ~ it doesn't take much to make it interesting
I love the Samammish river trail! Espcially when it involves stopping at redhook after/during a ride, for a beer.
The commute on this trail is superb - on the way south for a good section of the trail Mt Rainier is straight ahead (visible only in the summer ) I've seen beaver and Great Blue Herons in the river, and at the right time of the year salmon runs in the creeks that feed into it. It's a nice way to nd the workday.
Nice! It looks you were riding towards Redmond and that's the bench before Wilmot Park. I ride between Kenmore and Redmond every day. I should mount a go pro on my bike!
haven't seen eagles yet on the sammamish river trail!
looks like I'll have to keep my eyes peeled on this part of my daily commute
Thanks for sharing!