dryfj.com / drycyclist.com

18/36
Joerg and Elke and I have a fun desert chat for a good half hour; they visit Death Valley frequently and are on their way home After 45 minutes of slow uphill, I see someone ahead in the road.  Stranded?  No, he's taking photos of the area, and of meThumbnailsPhotographer  [url=http://www.joergboetel.com/]Joerg Boetel[/url] snaps one last photo of me as I ride away up Kelbaker RoadAfter 45 minutes of slow uphill, I see someone ahead in the road.  Stranded?  No, he's taking photos of the area, and of meThumbnailsPhotographer  [url=http://www.joergboetel.com/]Joerg Boetel[/url] snaps one last photo of me as I ride away up Kelbaker RoadAfter 45 minutes of slow uphill, I see someone ahead in the road.  Stranded?  No, he's taking photos of the area, and of meThumbnailsPhotographer  [url=http://www.joergboetel.com/]Joerg Boetel[/url] snaps one last photo of me as I ride away up Kelbaker RoadAfter 45 minutes of slow uphill, I see someone ahead in the road.  Stranded?  No, he's taking photos of the area, and of meThumbnailsPhotographer  [url=http://www.joergboetel.com/]Joerg Boetel[/url] snaps one last photo of me as I ride away up Kelbaker RoadAfter 45 minutes of slow uphill, I see someone ahead in the road.  Stranded?  No, he's taking photos of the area, and of meThumbnailsPhotographer  [url=http://www.joergboetel.com/]Joerg Boetel[/url] snaps one last photo of me as I ride away up Kelbaker RoadAfter 45 minutes of slow uphill, I see someone ahead in the road.  Stranded?  No, he's taking photos of the area, and of meThumbnailsPhotographer  [url=http://www.joergboetel.com/]Joerg Boetel[/url] snaps one last photo of me as I ride away up Kelbaker Road

Elke mentions that she rides her bicycle to work often because it's practical, while coworkers sometimes wonder if perhaps there's a problem that's preventing her from driving her car to work (a California attitude that I face daily as well).

I would hang around and chat much longer if time weren't running out... Joerg snaps this photo of me as I depart and head onward up the hill.

The heavy wind puffs up my windbreaker, but it seems that the wind is mostly coming from behind me now, which I welcome, of course!