A pleasant ride, a whimsical mood, and pics….
I took the Sun EZ Sport out for a very pleasant cruise today and found myself lost in a childlike “Fantasy World” type of mood. I often enjoy these goofy type of days much to the suffering dismay of all those around me. I’ll give you a small peek into my warped and whacked out mind and I’ll include a couple pics depicting some of the non-fantasy moments of the ride.
In all I rode 35.15 miles in low 50F temperatures with variable WSW winds at around 15mph. It was mostly grey cloud cover with fleeting moments of blue sky. My speed varied from as low as 10mph to as high as 20mph depending on the terrain and my mood.
Factors such as uphill vs. downhill, head winds vs. tail winds, and whether or not I was being chased by Pirates determined my speed. I headed out in a North Westerly direction through residential neighborhoods through the town of Greece (real name of the town) to Braddocks Bay and then I headed East along the shore of Lake Ontario to the mouth of the Genesee River before turning South and reaching home.
The first of many wonderful fantasies started at this street corner in the Town of Greece….Candy Land is a real place!!!!!!!
What fun I had tooling around this neighborhood!
Later I was thrilled to find myself entering the 100 Acre Wood.
I looked all over for Pooh, Tiger, and Eore….but they must be hibernating.
So I rode on out and back into civilization.
Several miles and daydreams later I pulled into the Braddocks Bay Marina and parked my bike illegally.
This lot was obviously intended for Short Wheelbase bikes…..or was it? Maybe I’m amongst the Lilliputions!! I think I’ll get going.
Here’s a pic I snapped along Cranberry Pond. Either all these people have lost their jobs and are fetching dinner or they all took the day off for some sport fishing!
Farther along the ponds I spotted this tree which was felled by flying beavers.
That's right flying beavers and I know this to be true because here's a picture of them.
They look very much like some other critter whose name escapes me at the moment...