We start and end at Carroll High School. Here's the route.
|I've ridden this one lots of times. Go early, and there's very little traffic. Nice.|
|A very humid morning, but not too warm.|
|The corn's height is a little short of "elephant's eye." Unless it's just a little elephant.|
|"Car up!", as we cyclists say. Actually, a pickup truck.|
|It isn't just corn in Indiana. We also have soybeans. Plenty of soybeans.|
|This llama is large and in charge. We'd best mind our manners.|
|This is steeper than it looks. The short focal length of the cell phone camera has a flattening effect.|
|Those who live around here might say, "That's Dupont Road?" You know, the Nile probably looks kind of small, close to its source.|
|We appreciate the motorists' concern for our safety. The ones who just went by, though, didn't really have to move over that far.|
Turning north on Lima (State Road 3, a real divided highway), we come to my church. I hope you don't mind if I stop for a minute ... I need to check my mailbox.
|Doing the sign is one of my jobs.|
After turning west again on Carroll Road, we return to the high school, and our loop is done.
|Not so dark now. And it didn't even rain!|
Thanks for coming along. You're more than welcome, any time!