I was in downtown Portland on a blistery cold night for a design talk. On my way home, I spied this great view of the train station that called to me. The reds and oranges contrasted against the cold night sky and work lights no the vehicles below was something I had to capture.
NO RUNNING NO DIVING. A couple of weeks ago, I discovered this pool that was closed down for the season but I didn’t have my nice camera to photograph it with a long exposure and mini-tripod. The lighting was even more creepy this night as everything glowed a eerie amber hue.
Returning from Oxbow regional park, we spotted Mt Hood peaking from behind the saplings. The light of the day made the mountain shine and call my name. The Salsa Timberjack (AKA Timbre-Jacques) handled quite well with a light load and made my ride very comfortable throughout the day. Will ride again.
Quick overnight trip to Oxbow Regional Park. It was a great shakedown of my new Salsa Timberjack. The only diffulty of the day was the 20-30mph headwinds that made it feel like well-below freezing temperatures. Good times.
Today, RidewithGPS.com turned 8 years old. I could not be more excited to work with this crew. Thanks for everything Cullen, Zack, KPR, Purdy, Will, Chad, Quinn, Jordan, AJ, and Brian. I’ve been with the company for over two years and look forward to many more.
20170125 I’m going to miss my Pebble 2 when Fitbit finally kills it. There is so much about the design and practically they executed so much better than Apple Watch and Android Wear devices. Today, the emoticon design was spot on. This isn’t a particularly difficult photo to take, but getting a glare-free shot of…
Happy how the new configuration feels with a straight handlebar, mtb brake levers, front sack, set back saddle post, and knobby but narrow tires. I’ve ridden this bike for two years but these changes make it feel like a whole new machine. Today is also the first out of ten where I can finally ride…