|The pathway home - paralleling the local expressway and bypassing a particularly nasty piece of commuter roadway.|
|Thank you to the local farmer who allows the Trans Canada Trail to dip onto his (her?) lane for a few hundred meters.|
I was sitting at the lunch table at work the other morning talking about my ride into town from the city. Currently, part of my work assignment sees me in a small town about 1km from the edge of Waterloo. I noted that the road into town, while nice and short and straight with no real hills on it, was not so friendly for a bicycle in rush hour.
Do you not know about the trail? One of my co-workers asked.
But, now I do. This is it. A short, straight piece of limestone trail which goes exactly where I want it to go and drops me in Waterloo by a MUP which takes me right to the subdivision I live in.
How wonderful is that?
I do know how wonderful this is.
|St Jacobs Farmer's Market|
|Railway in the mist|
However, the night offers its own charms.