|It wasn't that many years ago that I was towing them behind me on a tandem trail-a-bike, and a Burley trailer before that. Now they're on the edge of having outgrown these 24" wheeled bikes. Full-size adult bikes will be coming soon.|
|Having our lunch near a visitor center in the national park. This might be the only picture of me that has appeared in this blog.|
|Retrogrouchy bike shot. Vintage Stumpjumper, circa 1983 - repainted several years ago in shocking green.|
|A well-loved Carradice Barley saddlebag, covered in Towpath badges. They used to offer a new badge for each year. I don't think they do that anymore.|
|A stop on the wooden boardwalk over a beaver marsh. The RetroKids always like to stop and look for turtles and blue herons.|
|The marsh was formed by beaver activity, but somehow we've never seen the beavers.|
|Ice cream sundaes with big piles of fresh fruit at Szalay's market in the heart of the national park. An indispensable stop on any bike ride in the valley.|
That's all for today - I hope all the fathers out there enjoyed their day as much as I did.