More Trees and Wide Wednesday Results
One of the things I decided to do yesterday was to buy an e-bike. It's something I'd thought about before but had put off because of the cost. A budget e-bike is not going to work in the hilly environment of Devon hills, especially living on a valley side as I do. A bit of web searching, a couple of phone calls and my bike was delivered by a nice man yesterday evening on his way home from work.
In the situation we're now in, it seems an ideal solution. We can't use our cars, and walking doesn't get me far enough. A bike's also ideal because in narrow lanes where you can't stop a car, you can easily stop a bike.
A rainy day today but around mid morning it stopped and the sun came out. Helmet, hi-viz and I'm off, a little bit hesitantly at first (I haven't ridden much in the last 20 years) but I was soon into it and having fun. I was out for about half an hour and I arrived back home as the sky darkened and just a little before the rain started again. These tree's have been blipped before but they're looking fresh with their new leaves. I've also added an extra of the gate between the trees.
Wide Wednesday Results
Thanks all for your entries, there were a lot today. We normally get three pages but today there were four - excellent. My picks are again a bit random, they're the ones that appealed to me for one reason or another.
Today, my hearts go to:
winchwench looking up to a splendid chestnut
AnnieBelle for her Moreton Bay Fig
Bobsblips it's good to be able to award a heart to Bob for a rather splendid and unusual tree
60Plus for some lovely blossom
ladypop for a lovely fresh green tree
Honourable Mentions go to:
davidc for a very thoughtful tree
Sheol Youngster, a young but vibrant tree
RobBris50 for some hauntingly misty trees
Robin for some classy blossom
Carolina for a slightlyabstract but colourful tree