Yes, I rode to work today.
And . . .
It was overcast.
It wasn't so very cold, but a damp was in the air. I found myself switching on the heated grips. Funny, it won't be long and these temperatures will feel rather warm. The body does adapt to the temperatures . . .well, at least this body does.
There isn't much left standing of the old warehouse. Looking at the old timbers stacked up nearly took my breath. I wonder how many years are piled up in this moment. Soon it will all be gone.
- 61F/16C and overcast for the ride to work.
- 73F/23C with lots of clouds, but plenty of sunshine peeking through for the ride home.
Keith, I wonder whether some portion of those beams will be recycled to live on in another building. If so it would be cool to bear witness to their rebirth.ReplyDelete
I do hope they will be recycled. There aren't many timbers like that anymore. All gone.Delete
Hi Keith ,ReplyDelete
Lot of history wrapped up in those timbers...... Agreeing with David , lets hope they live on!
Over here in the U.K we was blessed with some really wonderful weather (July & aug) it now feels like November !
We'll had marvelous weather here. It has been to dry for the crops and lawns, but great for riding.
I'm wondering about those timbers, too. I think they will live on! Track them down!ReplyDelete
I not sure I know how to track them, but it might lead to some great stories.Delete
Wow, there isn't much left at all. I wonder where the timbers will end up. Hopefully repurposed somewhere cool.ReplyDelete