#557 (above)…Construction debris on its way to a dumpster. #558 (below)…$110 in groceries, sundries, and dog food. Urban Simplicity.
A poinsettia and a few other miscellaneous items. Urban Simplicity.
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. Urban Simplicity.
#548…Crates and boxes of food on their way to a food pantry. #549…A Christmas Tree. Urban Simplicity.
A gym bag with wet clothes, and a double order of Chinese take-out. Urban Simplicity.
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. Urban Simplicity.
A few groceries. A gym bag full of wet clothes. The rear wheel off my Torker Cargo-T (having a spoke replaced at the local bike shop), and also general maintenance…a cold, windy, rainy day is a great bike repair day. Urban Simplicity.
A camera bag. A book bag. Two large boxes containing smaller boxes of food on its way to a local food pantry. A third box containing a gallon of olive oil, 5lbs of whole wheat flour, a dough rising bucket, and three freshly baked loaves of Ezekiel Bread. Urban Simplicity.
A camera bag. A gym bag. A case of red wine. Urban Simplicity.
On the bike…my son’s fixie. First I want to apologize about the low quality image…believe-it-or-not I didn’t have a camera with me; I took this with a phone. Anyhow, I can’t help but think how easy this is (being a car-free family). My son who came home from college for a few days (Yay!) tookContinue reading “Things That can be Carried on a Bike (#532), and a brief comment…”
A camera bag. A light jacket. Two adjustable log racks. A small electric heater. Urban Simplicity.
#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 toContinue reading “Things That can be Carried on a Bike (#529 & #530)…and a brief comment”
All the essentials: groceries, sundries, dog food, and red wine. Urban Simplicity.
A camera bag. A book bag. Two cardboard boxes of food on their way to a local food pantry.Urban Simplicity.
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. Urban Simplicity.
On the bike…a cardboard box containing other boxes full of food on their way to a local food pantry. A few things I saw along the way…the Bubble Man of Allen Street doing his thing, a random door covered in graffiti, and a truly incredible autumn sky. Urban Simplicity.
It was such a beautiful autumnal day today…cool and not a cloud in the sky. Idyllic. A great day to be out on a bicycle. I took these photos as I rode to-and-from the health club this evening. Urban Simplicity.
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. Urban Simplicity.
Construction debris on its way to a dumpster. Urban Simplicity.