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Things that can be carried on a bike (#716)…

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Another bike.

Here’s the brief story behind this photo…I had to take the Boda Boda to the shop to have some bearings replaced, so I dropped it off and walked home. They called and said it was ready so I rode the Dahon to the shop and towed it home with the Boda Boda. I’ve done this before with larger bikes but not in a while. It was fun.

Things that can be carried on a bike (#714) and a quote…

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[Commuting by bicycle is] an absolutely essential part of my day. It’s mind-clearing, invigorating. I get to go out and pedal through the countryside in the early morning hours, and see life come back and rejuvenate every day as the sun is coming out.”

~James L. Jones, Barack Obama’s former national security advisor


On the bike: 47 framed photos of various sizes on their way to a show.

Things that can be carried on a bike (#713)

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Two cardboard boxes…one containing approximately forty dollars in groceries, and the other is a case of red wine. Essentials.

Things that can be carried on a bike (#712)…

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A dozen framed photos on their way home after a month-long group show.

Things that can be carried on a bike (#711)…

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A plastic tub containing about $40 in groceries, a gym bag full of wet clothes, and a small Christmas tree.

Things that can be carried on a bike (#710)…

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A bin containing a few groceries and sundries; a cardboard box containing a pair of chef pants and kitchen clogs and a few items from the hardware store; a book bag containing a journal, a few books, and other things; and a new toilet seat.

More things on a bike.

Urban Simplicity.

Things that can be carried on a bike (#678)…

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$170 in groceries, sundries, and dog food. Three liters of red wine. And a double order of Chinese take out.

Now if I were the type of person that liked to scrunch words together and put a number symbol in front of them (which of course is also known as a hashtag), I would likely do it to the following phrases… cars are optional, bicycles are vehicles, human powered, be the change you want to see, and freedom (and yes, I am aware the last one is a word and not a phrase but that’s what makes it special I suppose).

Urban Simplicity.

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