While I was taking this photo on Cook Street last night, a girl came up from behind and started talking to me. At least I think she was talking to me – I wasn’t really listening because I didn’t think she was talking to me. But when I turned around to see what was going on, she had her helmet on and b-lined for this bicycle. So I guess she was talking to me, but I’m still not sure what she was saying. Something to the effect of “my bike is cooler than I am.” That’s what I picked up, at least.
What kind of bike is this? Is it good for city riding? With this spring already being better than the entirety of last summer, I am thinking of picking up a bike for evening rides.
I got out and played tennis tonight for the first time this year and it felt great. I’ve been managing to get exercise in the evening every day so far this week and I don’t plan on bucking the trend so long as the weather lasts. It’s almost 1 AM, and I’m sitting in shorts and a t-shirt on the deck outside – it is 21 degrees celsius. This would be ideal camping weather.
Tomorrow night I have some project work to do, then I am hoping to go for a walk and come back and perhaps do some writing for gdc.net. Canada has a new design magazine which I might talk about, but I’d also like to cover some of those topics that I discussed in my first post so we’ll see what comes to mind over the next day.