Yesterday, I rode the annual Civil War Century cycling ride, around 7,000 ft. of climbing over 104 miles starting in Thurmont, going down to South Mountain, up through Gettysburg and then back. Rained the entire time and, though I was on a standard bicycle, this guy was prepared.
It's a type of recumbent bicycle and, though it doesn't really look like one but maybe because of the roof and the concept of it, I think of it as a Seven in the cycling world.
Good day yesterday for some driveway work. In addition to repairs and having the entire thing resurfaced, had the end widened to fit two cars side-by-side. Will help as well when turning the Elise around, which typically involved pulling into the grass, which was usually mud.
Nine years of ownership today (Apr 2). This photo was from last Saturday afternoon, just before heading out for a drive. I did not pose the car for this shot. All I did was leave the car where it was to go run into the house to get something that I had forgotten. But as I came out of the garage, this was my view. Nine years of ownership and still, each time, I’m stopped in my tracks to take a photo. And, of course, and more important, each time, I’m still smiling ear-to-ear when behind the wheel.