I like to ride my bike.
And see things by bike.
One of St. Patrick’s Wells in Ireland.
My answer to his question.
Some Rides Deserve Dessert.
And I had no idea I was this close to…..
Check another state off of my list!
On Little Trikes
Colors of Hocking County Ohio
Sun and Trees in Alabama
Bridge of Dreams By Bike
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
Mountains of Northern Ireland
Rivers of Northern Ireland
My Law Enforcement Outfit
No, I am not a Law Enforcement Officer
But I play one in this picture.
My Great Great Grandfather’s Grave
New York State
Below the Falls.
I am jealous of this rusty bike.
It sits on atop a hill in Ireland.
Pennsylvania you are so pretty.
Black Fort and the Atlantic Ocean
New York State
Bridge to Nowhere
I love a waterfall.
So why not see another one?
Bike and steps to someone’s final resting place.
It was an intense and serious monumental monument.
New York State Diner
Canals and Locks
I had no idea there were “plantations” in Ohio.
This was built by an abolitionist and part of the Underground Railroad
Prospect Place Plantation
According to the historical marker it was built in 1856 for the cost of $50,000
Not quite 10,000 square feet of living.
I looked it up and was fascinated by it’s building ingenuity for the times.
And it’s history.
If you see the World’s Biggest anything you should take it’s picture.
World’s Biggest Basket
I couldn’t do justice to this tree.
It was huge.
And I love the static bike,
The moving bike,
and the biker.
I love riding to see history.
Murals in Centerburg.
I travel trails that others saw in different form.
In different times.
Miles and miles and miles.
Of our farmers hard work.
And rising out of the fields unexpectedly…
A monster of a building.
It felt ominous.
I didn’t know any history.
Do you see anything in the picture below?
I’m not telling you in case it’s just me.
Looked up the history of this place when I could.
Built originally as a poor house.
Don’t believe every haunted story you read about this place.
Hint: there were no elevators.
You are beautiful.
Today you were hot and beautiful.
Federal Troops/The Union Army
Were fed from here during the civil war.
What is it you would like to see
But bikes and bikes hanging from trees!
When standing about the oldest towns
It’s wonderful to step back a few decades in to it’s past
When the old cars come by.
Just. Yes. Please.
Out of the way bridge .
Worth going out of the way for.
Bridge to bridge to bridge.
Bike Ride Clouds-before the down pour!
My favorite picture of me.
Along the railroads the houses sat.
Now there are no railroads.
And the houses come falling down.
Tunnels of W. Virginia trail.
Ruins along the trails…
…of W. Virginia.
4th of July
Somewhere in the rain.
Along the trail.
If you were paying attention. 😉
140 feet above the bike.
But the bike brought me here.
It’s pretty intriguing.
I like bridges and I like bridges that don’t have cars.
And I like old things that people built that continue to exist.
Even if it’s just for my eyes.
I love towns that pretty up their world and repurpose old areas into beautiful parks.