Working Overtime

My Mobile Office (at our local coffee house)

Sometimes you have to work overtime on a holiday weekend; I figure you might as well make the best of it, eh?

14 Responses to “Working Overtime”

  • paul says:

    Warming sun, low humidity, greenery, bikes and connectedness. Blessed.

  • Steve says:

    Much prettier than the rain I’m watching from my porch in Atlanta. At least i got my front yard mowed this morning.

  • Cullen Carter says:

    Is EcoVelo your full-time job? If not, what do you do for a living?

  • Alan says:

    @Cullen

    I work full-time as a graphic designer. EcoVelo is my second job.

  • RDW says:

    Mmmm! That scone looks tasty. Is that maple frosting?

  • AdamM says:

    Alan, that looks terrible. Sun, bikes, coffee, cake. Just terrible. ;^)

  • Alan says:

    @RDW

    “Is that maple frosting?”

    Good call! :-)

  • Doug R. says:

    Here in Sacramento it is cloudy with a chance of Meatballs! Ok, so who doesn’t believe in global warming yet? May 31st, cloudy and 72 degrees is downright “Creepy”! Sac, is usually a 100 plus this time of year?

  • Richard Masoner says:

    Braggart :-)

  • Alan says:

    @Richard

    Look who’s talking… ;-)

    http://www.cyclelicio.us/2010/ghetto-bike-camping/

    (Looks like a grand time!!)

  • bongobike says:

    Man, that looks rough. :)

  • Ann says:

    Ah, I miss having this kind of convenient, lovely outdoor setting but I guess it’s part of the trade off for not having to deal with urban congestion here in rural America. As for rain and cold, I’m feeling cheated. We have ninety days tops of decent weather. We’ve had sub-normal temps and rain most of May and we’re not to have our first dry day before June 8th. We had frost when my fruit trees were trying to bloom and I’m afraid I may not have apples or cherries this year because the trees just quit blooming. If things don’t improve this may be called a year without summer (even though there may not be June snow in Paris, London, New York and Boston like in 1815 after Tambora’s erruption).

  • bongobike says:

    Jeez, Ann, where are you? I wouldn’t mind trading with you. The summers here in Austin, TX are simply murder–heat and drought almost half the year!

  • Cullen Carter says:

    Bongobike,

    But it’s a dry heat, right?!?! Quit whining ;)

 
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