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November 10, 2009

This is where we live

By Elisa | 5 Comments »

Due to an unfortunate gatorade helmet spill situation, I walked to the shop Thursday.  This is an intersection that I ride through often in the Forest Park area.  The glass has been there for days.  I both liked the way it looked and was so mad it was still around that I had to record it.  Enjoy. (forgive the blurriness…iphone night photos are a bit dodgy)

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  1. On November 10th, 2009 wle said:

    a good case for “taking the lane” if i ever saw one..

    wle..

  2. On November 10th, 2009 Jack M. said:

    I’ll have to get you some photos from around Flagstaff. On a ride after a bar night (Thursday, Friday, Saturday) I see at least four broken bottles, and any number of other plastic and glass bottles. They seem to congregate around the paths to and from the NAU dorms. Absolutely deplorable. And they’ll sit there for weeks on end.

  3. On November 10th, 2009 ksteinhoff said:

    That’s why I’d like to see deposits on ALL bottles.

    http://www.palmbeachbiketours.com/soft-drink-tax-no-bottle-deposits-yes/

  4. On November 10th, 2009 uncle said:

    Barf.

    @wle Reason indeed! I’ve commented several times recently that bike lanes are useless during the fall and winter because they’re always full of leaves, snow, and slush. Assuming, of course, that they are clear the rest of the year. But this photo–and a certain intersection near my house–clearly shows they are NOT.

    It’s almost enough to motivate me to lash a big push broom to my frame and strike out for a little guerrilla infrastructure improvement.

  5. On November 11th, 2009 wle said:

    yep – the “crap” lane

    the “bike ghetto”

    and people wonder why bike lanes don;t “solve everything”

    wle.

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