A Camera bag. A new book (this one, which I’m really excited about). Two new pairs of pants. Eight wood panels measuring 2ft by 4ft each (two full sheets of 1/2inch plywood quartered), and four 6ft boards.
A case of red wine. Four slices of hot pizza. $112 in groceries. A second bike.
A camera bag. A gym Bag. A tripod. A box of groceries.
On the bike…A gym bag containing wet clothes. A large plastic box containing groceries, sundries, and red wine. Sixteen 2x4s.
The view…From Elmwood Avenue looking towards Buffalo’s West Side at sunset.
Four new shirts. Three new pairs of pants. A new pair of shoes. A large bag of dog food. Two jars of peanut butter. Ten pounds of whole wheat flour.
A canvas book bag containing a few books and other things. A vinyl camera bag containing a camera, a charger, and an extra lens. A cardboard box containing smaller cardboard boxes containing twenty-one newly printed photos.
A camera bag. A light jacket. Two adjustable log racks. A small electric heater.
#529 (above)…two loaves of freshly baked bread on their way to my church for World Communion Sunday, and a change of clothes wrapped in a plastic bag (so I would have dry clothes to change into when I arrived as it was pouring rain).
#530 (below)…A cardboard box full of food on its way to a local food pantry, and a camera bag and book bag that are wrapped in a plastic bag because it was raining.
A brief comment…So about two minutes after taking the below photo I rounded a corner–one I do nearly every day, so I wasn’t really thinking about it–and I hit a patch of wet leaves in the rain and the bike quite literally slipped out from under me. It was the oddest thing, it just sort of slid out and left me standing there. It fell with a clunk (v3 Mundos are heavy) but nothing fell off, not even the cardboard box. I simply lifted the bike up and went on my way. 🙂
All the essentials: groceries, sundries, dog food, and red wine.
A camera bag, a book bag, and a cardboard box containing 10lbs. of whole wheat flour, a pound of yeast, 2 quarts of milk, and 5lbs. of dog food.
A camera bag, and book bag, and a large box containing food on its way to a food pantry.
On the bike (and in the trailer)…groceries, sundries, dog food, and a gym bag.
Yet even more construction debris on its way to a dumpster…
Three long pieces of lumber (two 8ft/2.4m; one 6ft/1.8m). A quart of wood stain. Four door handles. And a jean jacket.
Construction debris on its way to a dumpster.
A gym bag full of wet clothes, a camera bag with an extra camera and lens, a tripod, a new pipe wrench, a ceiling fan drop rod, and an electrician’s chisel.
A gym bag containing wet clothes. A 10 pound bag of dog food. A plastic container with $67 in groceries.
Construction debris on its way to a dumpster…