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Things that can be carried on a bike (#613)…

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More than $100 in groceries, sundries, and dog food.

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Where’s Bixby?

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So this is pretty cool. I don’t know Bixby or her human, Mike, but came across their website last week and thought I’d give them a shout out. They are riding a Yuba Mundo all over the country to bring awareness in supporting animal shelters. Nice. I’m jealous to say the least. Bixby, if you happen to read this, tell Mike that if you guys happen to roll through Buffalo, NY I would love to meet you; I’m sure the pugs that own me would as well. Ride on. Peace.

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Things That can be Carried on a Bike (#609)…

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A camera bag, a book bag, a tripod, and 140 beef tenderloin steaks.

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Things That can be Carried on a Bike (#602)

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A book bag, a dough rising bucket, and a cardboard box containing three loaves of freshly baked whole wheat bread.

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Things That can be Carried on a Bike (#601)

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All the necessities…groceries, sundries, dog food, and wine.

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Things That can be Carried on a Bike (#600)…

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A newly recycled–i.e. garbage picked–solid oak chair.


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Things That can be Carried on a Bike (#599)

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More than $100 in groceries, sundries, and dog food (and geeze ‘o man…$100 doesn’t go nearly as far as it did just a couple years ago).

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Things that can be Cariied on a Bike (#598)…

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72 bottles of soda and a box of hors d’oeuvres.

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Things that can be carried on a bike (#598) and a brief comment…

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On the bike…Four framed photos, a large pizza, and a book bag.

The below photo is one of the photos I was carrying. It is part of a series of “Photos from a Moving Train.” This one is autumn along the Hudson. The photos will be hanging in the College Street Gallery (CSG) for the next six weeks. The CSG is part of the Allentown First Friday Gallery Walk, and the opening is this Friday at 7pm. Hope to see you there. For a map, click here.

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Things That can be Carried on a Bike (#597)…

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Six (8ft) 2x4s, and a few other things.


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Things That can be Carried on a Bike (#595 & #596)

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#595…A case of red wine and a gym bag.

#596…A gym bag, a book bag, a dough rising bucket, three loaves of freshly baked bread, and a pile of cardboard boxes (boxes within boxes).


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Things That can be Carried on a Bike (#594)…

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A cardboard box full of sandwiches on their way to a local food pantry.

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Things That can be Carried on a Bike (#593)…

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More than $60 in groceries, two bottles of red wine, and a gym bag full of wet clothing.

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Things that can be Carried on a Bike (#591)…

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A week’s worth of groceries and a hot pizza.

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Things That can be Carried on a Bike (#590)

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A case of red wine.

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Things That can be Carried on a Bike (#588 & #589)

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#588 (above)…three boxes of food on their way to a local food pantry.

#589 (below)…a gym bag, a box of groceries, and a bag of dog food.

 

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Things That can be Carried on a Bike (#587)…

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Eighty pounds of compost, 126 live seedlings, four meal moth traps (yes it is that time of year), some nuts and bolts, and a few other things.

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Paz Bici…Things That can be Carried on a BIke (#596)…

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A box of discarded books on their way to a local used book store, and a box of food on its way to a local food pantry.

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Things That can be Carried on a Bike (#585)…

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A camera bag, a gym bag, and a case of red wine.

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Things That can be Carried on a Bike (#584) and why I like to shop with a box…

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On the bike: a gym bag full of wet clothes, and a box containing $49.99 in groceries.

So when you are on a bike and grocery shopping you have to get creative…even if it is a cargo bike. I find the best way (for me) is to strap a box or boxes on the bike, unless it is a big trip and I pull the trailer as well. But the thing I like about bringing a single box is that when I am low on cash–such as today–I can only carry so much,meaning I can only purchase so much. Today, for example, I brought the empty box in the store and placed it in a shopping cart. As I gathered things to buy I placed them in the box. When the box was full that was the end of shopping.


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