My commute has been a little boring lately. No rain, no hail, no tornado breezing through.
Today I had an early errand and I actually snapped a picture of Sam somewhere besides in the garage. The not very glamorous life of a commuter bike.
I love Jacob Conser bridge. Oregon has some pretty nice bridges I think. This one was designed by Conde B. McCullough.
Another corner that likes to challenge me. I swear it looks sharper and steeper than this in real life. Lately the challenges have been cars crossing the line and deer lounging at the top. And rocks, but that's a different story and a different corner.
They are not kidding. Mrs Bambi was here this morning, peering back over her shoulder, looking for her buddies across the road.
I'm taking the long way home lately. It’s my co-worker, Randy’s favorite ride. Parrish Gap Road is a nice change from my regular route with short hills and 20-40 mph curves. The curves and hills tend to happen at the same place. You can apex and summit all at the same time. Almost sounds naughty.
At the top of this hill is another corner. I think there is only one hill on this road that doesn't have a curve.
I have it on good authority that there is a herd of elk in the area. When the air is clear there are nice views of Mt. Jefferson to be had, when you’re not dodging the elk. No mountain views today, just thunderheads.