I will be completely honest with you. At 5:42 this morning when I got a message from Earl that said he couldn't ride because his shoulder was hurting too much, my first reaction was not sadness. I was just about to get out of bed (no, really), and that was all the incentive I needed to stay there for a bit longer. I considered going back to sleep, but finally talked myself into going for a ride anyway. I left around 7:30 instead of the 6:20 I was aiming for, and that was just fine. It was chilly and a little foggy when I left, but I had been awake long enough that I no longer felt groggy.
|Gwangan Bridge looked like the Edge of the World|
|The bicycle path (red) is, of course, bumpier than the pedestrian path.|
|Bird, Bridge and Bugs. I love the River Path.|
|One of the exercise stations along this path.|
|The End of the Road. That guy with the broom was told|
to sweep up this mess. 15 years ago.
|Past the End of the Road.|
|The Beginning of the Hill in the Middle of the Ride.|
|Korean flag pinwheels in the shape of a heart,|
the significance of which escapes me.
|Lobster cages, windmills, the Gwangan Rainbow Bridge. What a fun city!|