On the return, I ran into Mark Somewhere near Warner. Stopped for a chat. Wow, with the wind on the way to the coast, I thought I would have a tailwind back but sure didn't feel like it. I could see the leaves on the ground blowing my way but it sure felt like a headwind while I was rolling. Strange side wind I guess.
Saw Ron and Dixie as well. Just happened to have my camera out when they rolled by. Also saw Dona and Frank along the road too.
Can you figure out the Mark pictures below, the difference? :-P
Bikinis are coming!
Mark with Mr. Beanz
Mark without Mr. Beanz
Here is one thing that is frustrating! The volunteers who go out there and keep encouraging those homeless drug addicts to continue gathering out there making things dangerous for the rest of us, don't even have any consideration for the law, the rest of us, and our safety.
Last couple of weeks, these people have been here, double parking, blocking the fire hydrants, and making it impossible for cyclists to squeeze through the mess they are creating. Yeah, double parking, blocking fie hydrants, and creating large crowds of drug addicts to gather on the trail blocking safe passage for us cyclists. It would be a little better if they tried to organize some kind of system so that they didn't put us in danger. They feed these inconsiderate druggies right on the trail edge causing large crowds. People wandering without paying attention, volunteer playing catch with footballs, loose dogs running around while thousands of cyclists try to make their way through on the trail. Maybe if these idiots moved when you alerted them with a bell or verbal warnings. But they don't they look at you like they own the trail. Must be from all the taxes they pay, yeah right!
Like I said, these drug addicts are out there because they want to be. No rules, no laws, no consequences. Just like their everyday life here on earth. Just here to make things hard, unpleasant for the rest of us who actually contribute to society.
Free food, free clothes, free living and now free showers while they block the streets, hydrants, and walkways making things tough for the rest of us!