Sunday, May 22, 2011

Sunday Final

Oh the sun was shining!
Finally, the rains went where ever rains go and things started to dry out.
So off I went!
Puddles galore!

Why I dislike riding after a rain.
Drainage here is pretty good, except for a few areas, always the same places.
To get around that lake I had to go into the bushes:

I've been checking the rent a bike kiosk when I go out and there's always a few gone.
I guess that's a good thing for this is what gas looks like around these parts:

The price has come down by fifty cents or so in the last couple of weeks, but boy it still hurts where it counts.
There were some folks taking out some bikes from the kiosk as I went by today:

I saw them about a half hour later, riding into the beach park.
I guess that's what they are for.
Riding to the beach I mean.
It was also the first time I've ever seen anyone on those bikes.
I guess that's good.
I also checked the other kiosk on the way home, looked like all bikes were accounted for.
Not so good.
Anyways, I decided to just cruise around today, and check out some places I usually just pass by.
A few months ago, I posted up about the new Whole Foods place coming up, well, it's almost done:

All nice and shiny.
Not sure if I'm ever going to shop there.
I've already found another place to do my hunting and gathering, I mean there are like four other supermarkets in this area alone.
Why we need another market, I really don't know.
The other day, I found me some Korean style raw crab:

You eat it just like regular crab except it's sort of spicy and oh yea, it's raw.
Sort of an acquired taste don't you know.
So anyways, before the rain went away to where ever the rain goes, I was busy like a bee, polishing and a polishing.
Okay, I'm pretty sure bees don't go a polishing, but you know what I mean.
The cranks on the Bike With The Funny Name came out sort of nice:

Of course this means I'll have to clean up the rest of the bike, but hey! summer's right around the corner!
Which means sitting around eating Sour Cream and Onion potato chips and watching Law & Order all day long!
Sort of like what I'm going to do right after I finish this post.
Which is right now.


John Romeo Alpha said...

Puddles in paradise. As long as the rain doesn't impact the crispness of the sour cream and onion potato chips, all is well, though.

limom said...

Well, you sort of have to eat them fast, or the humidity makes em all soggy.
No problem there.
Eating them fast I mean.