Angel Park and The Mountains

Just two iPhone photos from today’s 14-mile bike ride, a perfect day for riding with the low 70s and some sunshine.

11 thoughts on “Angel Park and The Mountains

    • Thanks, AnneMarie, I haven’t felt like riding the last few days but a break is nice. The weather is so perfect for riding and the 80s are coming soon, tomorrow I think. One day may see 91 next week.

      I almost turned and went home because of a seriously ignorant driver that pulled out in front of me in my own neighborhood! I caught up with them at the traffic light and gave them a serious chewing out!

      Rude people and horrid drivers are the two negative things for me living here. Michigan folks are far nicer…

      • Glad you are enjoying your weather, John! Our drivers are hopeless but the worst is when we have big agricultural events in Regina. The farmers they bring in are the worst! Zero respect for others on the roads.

        • I bet they bring the largest machinery that have, right? I’ve followed many a combine, tractors and more down the country roads where I lived in Michigan.

          • Not usually in the city but they think they have the right of way if they are turning left ๐Ÿ˜ณ or turn from the inside lane to the outside lane or get caught in a turning lane they thought was a through lane so they just cut in front of you – that kind of stuff.

            • That’s irritating! The farm equipment is legal to drive from farm to farm back home on the country roads, probably not in the little city though.

              • They do drive their big eqyuipment into Regina or across the country and into Ottawa every time they get into a snit about something. When they come to Regina, the go to the legislative bldg at the south end of the city. (We are more northwest so we don’t see them.)

                • Wow, that’s a very long ride on a bumpy tractor! Gotta be 1000 miles or so. Or, however that translates in Kilometers… I don’t know your system.

                  • I think it’s about 1500 miles from Regina. They take their gigantic tractors and combines to whine about the price of gas. ๐Ÿ™„ Dan and I discuss if it’s worth the cost to take our Jeep to go pick up supper, then cook at home instead. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚. At least we don’t have to whine about our gas bill at the end of the month.

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