September 11, 2012

The alarm clock went off at 7:00 AM. I got up to get ready for today's Rails to Trails Bike ride in Cranbrook (To Kimberley) 

 It took a while for me to find out where the parking lot was. By the time I got started it was 9:45 AM. It was chilly. I had some Biking gear which I planned on wearing but decided it was way too cold for that at this time of the day, So I ended up biking in my light jacket and Jeans. 

 I love this hat! 

 I decided to not have a helmet as well. Since the trail was pretty much paved and predictable and empty to begin with. 

 A nice view about 45 minutes from start. 

 Sane view on Instagram mode

 Somewhere in Wycliff (Just before Marysville when heading towards Kimberly) 

 Crossing the River. 

 Taken somewhere between Marysville and Wycliff. 

 My legs were aching and I needed to sit and take it easy for a bit. 

 I had to drop by the local drug store to get some of these. I was aching. 

 Today's Lunch

 My View from inside the Chinese Restaurant. 

Kimberley: I used to live here once upon a time. 

 I took these photos on my way back to Cranbrook. Going back was so much easier because it was mostly downhill. 

 By The time I arrived in Cranbrook, It was an hour and 36 minutes of biking. Now that  was not so bad at all. 

 Thought I would take a photo of the marker. My remebrance. 

When I got to Cranbrook hours later, I brought my glasses in for some notepad adjustments. While the staff was fixing them, I thought I would try on these frameless  glasses. I think I will have these next time. Now I have got to go home and get some sleep. I need to be at work at 7 tomorrow morning. Love to all of you my Family and friends. Until next blog.

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