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A pretty nice morning

I made the mistake of assuming that since a La Nina was the opposite of an El Nino, that this meant it would be a dry winter. I guess it has more to do with the temperature of the rain than the amount of it. I know one thing for sure, I have never worn out an umbrella before, but the one I have owned for the last year is never going to make it through this winter. My photo of the day was taken during my morning walk. One of the few nice mornings, lately.

Day 361 photo of the day

Blue Skies

Yes, I could have walked

I needed horseradish. I also needed a bike ride. I could have gone to the supermarket that is a five minute walk from here, but I really needed that bike ride. Besides, what if I got the wrong kind? I know a deli out in Marina del Rey that should be able to tell me all I need to know about horseradish. After all, it was a beautiful day in the South Bay and I could not really remember how long it has been since I last went for a ride. I do not need an excuse, but I did need a ride.

My picture of the day for today is of why I love owning a Harley-Davidson in Los Angeles. Days like today.

photo of the Day 358

It Beats Walking

Excited about blue skies

Okay, maybe the skies were not exactly blue, but there were blue patches. After a week of rain the patches of blue caused as much excitement around here as the dove returning with an olive branch must have caused on Noah’s ark.

My photo of the day for day 356 is of the local seagulls celebrating their ability to fly again.

Day 356 picture of the day

Clearest Skies In a While

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