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May, Burch, Duvall revisited

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

Fall is here. It hit quite suddenly. Last week we had highs in the 80s and 90s and this week it’s 60s-70s. The sun sets early now, around 7:30, so getting out after work is starting to require a little more planning. Soon I’ll need lights.

Last night I revisited this route. It’s a short (21-mile) but very hilly route west of town. So, it’s a good workout. It also happens to be incredibly beautiful. It felt much better climbing all those hills in cool weather rather than the 90s  we had when I rode this route before.

I don’t have much commentary other than that … here are some photos. The light was absolutely amazing throughout the whole ride.

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I’m planning a ride for tomorrow that should be incredible … stay tuned!

4 Responses to “May, Burch, Duvall revisited”

  1. Steve A Says:

    I look forward to being to commute without lights. As always, I’m a sucker for barn photos.

  2. Chandra Says:

    Looks like you had a ton of fun! Nice snaps!!

    Peace 🙂

  3. Chris Says:

    Yes, the light is fantastic. The composite effect of all the photos makes it appear there was no one else for miles. Very inviting.

  4. Apertome Says:

    Chris: it’s not an illusion. These roads really were nearly deserted.

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