|My rear view|
|Forward over the Captain|
We ran into a couple friends out for a spin on their Catrikes, so we rode a couple miles with them to chat. That's one of the nice things about a tandem, it is by nature a social beast, and being stoker, I get to be the social one. With both hands free, I can navi-guess, wrangle water bottles, and food, take pictures, and chat with other riders, since I can't see where we are going, and can't steer. Nice thing about the Seavo tandem, it is incredibly stable. I can shift my weight around, fidget, turn, etc, and not disturb the balance or handling of the bike. DH appreciates this aspect of recumbent tandeming.
|I think the county forgot to mow!|
|This one is in sad shape...|
|This one is gorgeous and well maintained stone.|
|The hay's all in, too.|
Not all of my photos turn out so good--it can be hard to take good shots from the back of a moving bike. That's my excuse, anyway! But sometimes you just see something that gives you a chuckle... I wonder who lives here?