|The FIKS van. Wait? A van with free candy?|
|Fizz lurks behind the DJ and the Free Candy Van.|
On Friday, while on my lunch hour and waiting at a light, someone recognized the Fly6 on the back of the bike and gave a shout-out from a fellow Fly6 owner.
Then on Saturday, I had the whole day to myself to float around the city.
I needed some caffeine refreshment:
In keeping with the Egyptian-themed day, I stopped in Homewood to capture these murals.
|Wow at the details and realism here.|
|Get a load of all these reflectors!|
I was able to rummage around in the boxes of reflectors they had and find only 3 amber reflectors. I did find a nice large matching trio of red, white and amber that I think will work great for the basket. Ideally, I wanted 2 matching amber reflectors, but having a white one on one side and an amber one on the other isn't going to kill me. I got the set of three and made a donation to Free Ride before going over to the Co-Op for lunch.
They have the best cold salads at the Co-Op: I got an Lebanese chickpea salad and a wheatberry/cranberry salad. So very good.
The Mother's Bread advertisement mural or 'Ghost Sign' on Polish Hill was recently defaced with graffiti by some total jagoffs.
I'd passed by this many times and wanted to get a photo of it, and hadn't yet carved out time. A shame that some inconsiderate twits had to ruin it.
This quote from the building's owner says it all: “*Real* graffiti artists have the sense not to put their tags on somebody’s personal property and not over something cooler than what they’re going to do themselves."
Christmas is apparently in full bloom:
When I got back to base, I zip-tied my 3 'new' reflectors to the basket: