Friday, September 7, 2012

Too late for Martha... too early for Martha

Martha posted a blog challenge.

It's an easy one, but one I can't seem to get right.

Martha wanted a picture of my neck of the woods at 7:00 a.m.

I got 8:00 a.m.
and I got 6:00 a.m.
but 7:00 a.m. has so far eluded me.

Sorry Martha.

4 comments:

  1. David:

    sorry for being AWOL, sorry for missing you in Vancouver. Sorry for not making comments but I did lurk. I had some stresses, you know, the "vette and then having to hide my bike.

    but all is nearly well again. I get the "vette back today, only don't know where to park it.

    I love that 8am sunrise. of course the first thing that "springs" to mind is that you dragged yourself to your window to snap the earlier one, and then . . . what happened inbetween that could possible have kept you occupied for such a long time. You must have great endurance and stamina (wink, wink)

    bob
    Riding the Wet Coast
    My Flickr // My YouTube




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  2. Ha! Bob, 8:00 a.m. was Tuesday, 6:00 a.m. was this morning, and what happened in between was chaos.

    I feel so bad for the Vette, the V-Strom, and you caught in the middle.

    Here's another thought, lend the Vette to Sonja and Roland, they can be trusted to give it a gentle workout, just enough to keep the battery in tip top shape. Then rent one of those Giraffe-like self-propelled work platforms and hang the bike from it a good 20 feet off the ground, problem number two solved.

    No worries about Vancouver, I'll be back!, plus it was all about my too-busy schedule.

    Warm regards,

    d.

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  3. David, Both of those photos are lovely. And worth the wait if you ask me!

    Thanks for taking the challenge and I'm glad you enjoyed participating. Someday...someday....I will finally visit your city.

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  4. After seeing those pics I am kind of glad you missed seven am. If you had of nailed it we might not have seen these great photos. Nicely done David.

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