wheels, hard to decide. Recently I was thinking about all of my security measures and how vandals are ruling my life. So I am taking back my life and doing what I did before . . . trying to live without fear that something else bad will happen.
I woke up early and squeezed my V-strom through my narrow gate to prepare it for my commute to work
Just after 7am found me on Broadway looking at the sunrise. This time of year is the worst for commuting as the sun is often at road level, making it hard to see where you are going. I am heading Eastbound right into the sun, and in another month or so, I will be squinting into the sunset on my Westward trek home
As a safety precaution I often follow other cars when the glare gets bad. I worry about the left turning cagers which are difficult to distinguish from the shadows
From this intersection I am only about 10 minutes from work, and Sonja is just around the corner
Every morning before I leave for work I take a look at my Corvette to make sure nothing serious happened during the previous night. On Monday morning I got the bright idea to drive it to work as what better way to keep an eye on it than from our office windows, instead of on the street at home miles away.
It was too cold in the morning, but after work I drove topless
The sun was out but there was no heat in the air. My ears were freezing
We have had a very short summer and I feel that it's slipping away. It is not very warm during the day, and it is getting chilly at night. We are getting down to single digits, only 8°c this morning.
I hope to be able to use my car a few more weeks before it gets too cold to put the top down
for now it is tucked away for the night. The top is up, and the battery is plugged in