Riding onto campus past the iconic Arch of 1926.
Not too cold--but I wore my rain pants as there was still a bit of rain falling and I wanted to stay dry.
The Dorm for the Haskell Athletes
Gazebo from about 1901, right across the library where I work.
Looking North up Barker--the light there is the intersection of Barker and 23rd St. which going East (to the right) turns into K-10 or the bee-line to Kansas City. Its a very busy intersection mes amis!
I'm riding in the ruts made by the cars...
15 MPH -- yeah right! Motorists fly through this round-about--most never even yield, they just think the bigger their car or truck, or the more expensive it is than yours--you gotta get out of their way. Do you think they'll yield to a cyclist? Don't bet on it--but actually most do because I put out the stern "halt" with my arm to let them know I am in the lane and I have the right away!
Through all that mess and a quick spin through Old East Lawrence (Interzone) back to The Little House.
Can you believe my Desert San Tucson Bike is now my hardy Urban Street Slayer? Ha!