I had a great time hitting the Thursday evening Farmers Market by the White House. I was on foot, of course. Post-1000K walking, remember? Check out these awesome veggies.
Since the recent Endless Mountains 1000K, I haven’t pedaled one bit. Residual knee pain and general fatigue are the culprits. Knee pain is the randonneur superhero’s kryptonite, I’ve decided.
Did anybody notice the awesome weather this afternoon? Tons of people were out, taking advantage of the afternoon sun and low humidity. One of the groups that caught my eye […]
There is a lot of controversy around the flip flop. Is there ever a time when it’s ok to wear them at the office? Are they appropriate for the Metro? Is […]
Did you know that National Airport is located right off of one of our local bike paths (the Mount Vernon Trail)? Of course you did! Did you also know that […]
Summer is on, people. How do I know? The Lincolnometer tells me so. What’s the Lincolnometer, you ask? It is a gauge of what’s going on with tourism and to […]
For those of you who pass through Southwest via Maine Avenue, something exciting happened on Wednesday. The barricades blocking off one lane of Maine Avenue were removed and now people […]
This week, I had to run an errand near Capitol Hill. While in that neck of the woods, I took a couple minutes to pop into the Spirit of Justice […]
While I was en route to the office yesterday, I happened upon this. This car is carrying six bicycles, including a quint.
The ho-hum commute became not so ho-hum this evening. A brief shower passed through our humid city and left behind a little present for the Washingtonians. The 14th Street Bridge […]
One of these things is not like the other One of these things just doesn’t belong… Can you figure out what it is? This was the status of the bike […]
Did you know that in the past six days, the Washington, D.C., area has received over 3.77 inches of rain? Capitol Weather Gang told me so! I’m glad the area […]
One of the reasons I like walking and riding around town is that I see more of the city than when I’m in a car or going subterranean on Metro. Today, […]
Sometimes the city is so beautiful. These clouds we saw tonight on the commute home are amazing! Now, if they could just get rid of that fence in the middle […]
As the 4th of July approaches in Washington, D.C., there is a gradual devolution of our landscape. Port-o-potties are imported from all areas of the country and plopped throughout the […]