... more a need to up the oxygen circulating in my bloodstream!
My "senior's" bike - Trek Pure LowStep.
Figured I'd better take advantage of what I'm paying for.
My city bill has gone from $30-ish when I moved here in 2004, to $50ish
when they added the irrigation system,
to close to $100 now we're paying for covering the canal.
(There's a bond coming on the next election for replacing the police and fire station,
which hopefully doesn't mean I need them for any reason to offset my next city $ jump!)
The day I brought it home (looks green in the glaring sunlight, but it's really "ice blue").
Today it looks darker than it is,
I guess because it's parked in the shade on the new covered canal trailway.
This is the real color.
New trailway building where the canal crosses 1100 N.
Restrooms, a fountain, and a couple of tables on the far south side.
Looking back towards A.F., same spot, I guess that big cylinder provides interest
to kids on boards - there were a few kids there just as I pulled up,
but they were trying to board involving other objects.
The view towards A.F. opposite where I parked my bike in the shade picture.
There are covered tables here and there.
Next door to where the Lethbridges live in our Mohican ward,
where the canal crossed that road,
there is a kiosk with vending machines.