Root Down

Our modest garden has offered up some satisfying root vegetables lately. These beets were roasted and enjoyed on Thanksgiving, and we've also had a decent carrot harvest this winter.



I'm thankful, first and foremost, for the people in my life. If you didn't end up here by googling "ficus" or "compost" you're most likely on that list. And I'm grateful for that.
Also, I'm grateful to be healthy enough to ride a bicycle and enjoy that activity so completely. And to be able to eat pretty much whatever I want whenever I want, which I try hard not to take for granted.
I'm thankful for the space and weather to grow our little garden (see carrots in previous post).
I'm thankful, of course, for this moment.
Did I mention family and friends already?

Have a Happy Thanksgiving.


Predock_Frane Architects

A couple of images I shot for Predock-Frane Architects, from their Habitat 15 project. Lots of connected spaces and beautiful natural light. Thanks, NoƩ and Michael.



SoCal Cross, Griffith Park

Kids rides aside, this is what the action looked like. Guys, and girls, riding hard, dismounting, and then running hard. And then riding hard again.

Adam Craig Sandbagging

Actually, it's Adam Craig being a swell guy, participating in the kids race today during the SoCal Cross event in Griffith Park. He's faster than all of your friends combined, and something tells me his sponsors aren't making him do this.

The girl in the foreground rode a masterful heat and pedaled on to win her division, as did the boy in full pro kit to Craig's right.

You shoulda been there.