Misc Riding

Summer Schedule for Breakfast on Bikes


Soon and very soon, I will be on the road, and most of my updates will be about where I’m riding my Bike Friday, and/or what we are eating in that same location. So before I take off on Saturday, let me take this opportunity to update you on the Salem Breakfast on Bikes schedule for the summer, according to the blog of the same name.

“A week from this Friday, on June 26th Breakfast on Bikes will be on the Union Street Railroad Bridge. We’ll be at the east end between 7am and 9am. We’ll have free coffee, pastries, and fruit for bicycle commuters.

On Friday, July 31st, we’ll be at Winter & Mission.

On August 28th, we’ll be at 12th & Chemeketa.

And in September, we hope to offer breakfast every Friday as part of the Bike Commute Challenge!”

I’m sad that I’ll be missing the June breakfast, but will be back for July. I hope to see you all there!

11 replies on “Summer Schedule for Breakfast on Bikes”

“How did we get here in Copenhagen – maybe because we have 100 years of cyinlcg tradition in Copenhagen”.”How did we get here in Darlington – maybe because we have 100 years of cyinlcg tradition in Darlington – but we’ve ignored it for the last 70″.

Android phone and applications are the way forward and in my view the next step in technological progress. It is great that the innovation of mobile phones is being applied to computers. Windows is surely going to move forward in its business strategies after this adoption. Thanks for your helpful steps and this sharing was really helpful.

How did the photographers forget their camera at home??? You guys look great and Kenlie looks adorable. Glad everything went well and glad it didn’t rain on your lunch!! Congrats to all of you!

Ja, blixt brukar mest förstöra bilder tycker jag. Du tar riktigt bra bilder, har du gått någon kurs eller är du självlärd?Vill passa på att tipsa om min finfina bloggtävling, som pågår just nu på, gå in och kika vettja!

Try this in photoshop; with vertical 1 row marquee tool mark an area where its mostly background only, Ctrl or Cmd+J for a new layer from the selection, free-transform (ctrl/cmd+T) the layer horizontally to the ends of your image and press enter; VOILA , similar effect as on some picts here, now from here you of course just need to brush in parts from foreground again with a layer mask

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