Feels like it's time for a ride!
I chuck the winter gloves in the topcase, and grab some lighter ones. Chuck the balaclava too. Turns out I won't need the heated stuff either. Yeah, I can live with unseasonably warm.Warm being relative.
Troubadour kept us on the edge of our seats posting about his office move, so I'm inspired to take a few pics from my own office. Okay I'm a little bored what with the sales staff off to a trade show.
My nearest window, or the corner of it waaay over there.
And the faithful Sam patiently waiting in the rain.
A little closer look cuz riders will make any excuse to show off photos of their bike. Worse than parents that way...
My kick ass computer, lovingly built by our new, young (read enthusiastic) I.T. kid. I'm supposed to be duly impressed and in awe of it's power and speed. Um, okay. I like it's pretty blue lights.
Like I said, a little bored.
The ride home is a splash....literally. I ride through one downpour but can see the brighter skies coming up on the other side of the storm. Once past the shower the skies brighten and the clouds put on a show that tempts me to pull over and grab the camera. Considering the shoulder, I don't. It's a joy to be riding. I'm glad I chose to ride.