This is the view from the top of the hill where I live, the start of the ride.
here's the start of the bike path
the Thai Pavillion at Olbrich Gardens
three hours later, crossing yahara river on my way home.
The bridge crossing yahara. nothing is plowed. wo is me. I stopped at the grocery store and got 5 lbs of carrots among other things. That didn't help matters. I should have skied!
thai pavillion is still there. only 1.5 miles to go
near the end of the path. only about 1 mile to go.
I walked the last quarter mile up the hill I live on. That was hard. But I made it home just in time to shovel. ha. no, first I ate lunch. then I shoveled. but if we didn't drive cars, we wouldn't have these big driveways to shovel and streets to plow, and then reshovel the driveways from the plow piles. It would be so much easier without cars! We could either ski or plow bike paths which are much smaller than roads. We could design transportation for disabled people--smaller vehicles that could ride on narrow roads. The 4000 lb car is overkill!