It finally stopped raining and warmed up today so I was on my bike this morning.
Photos from my bicycle ride to Hills.
Now that the weather has become tolerable for a while I rode my bike to work for the first time in a few weeks.
This sculpture appeared mysteriously a few weeks ago.
I ran over a squirrel this morning on my way to the farmers market, with my bicycle. I couldn’t believe it.
During my morning bicycle commutes I discovered I had a nemesis: an aggressively territorial red-winged blackbird.
I had my first good look at a coyote today.
Crossing the Burlington Street bridge on our bikes yesterday, we saw the bridge’s resident cliff swallows catching insects over the river and returning them to their nests.
We crossed the footbridge by bike over the churning, roaring dam and found a dragonfly sculpture.
We pedaled up to the Devonian Fossil Gorge at Coralville Lake and looked for fossils like this hexagonaria.
My trips to Argentina have been usually confined to the city of Córdoba and its environs. I’ve wanted to see a little more of the country and so we took a side trip to Mendoza, the city at the heart of Argentina’s wine country.
Photos from this year’s trip to Argentina.
RAGBRAI passed right through Iowa City this year. I joined in early this morning from home.
I’m getting some practice changing flat tires on my bicycle. My second of the week came when I was about twelve miles from home.
During a bicycle ride to West Branch I stopped to inspect an unusual specimen of roadkill: an American mink.
We took our bikes out for a scenic ride in western Johnson County.
Since it’s back to school time, Iowa City is being repopulated by “stoonts”.
Lore is much less of an owl buff than I am.
Casey’s in Hills has purple martin houses. The birds were out and about this morning.
I rode my bike down to Lone Tree today.