Today's high: 24. Today's bike miles: 24. Today's night riding, plenty. It's a good day. Rode east to the bike trail open house. Good turnout. Solid public meeting. It's nice to be able to ask questions.
I'm not saying that it's because of all the mornings I trample through their snow, bike in tow, while they look at the crazy biker dude through their windows.
I'm not saying that it's because yesterday I stopped and took a photo of the place where in the mornings I trample through their snow, bike in tow, while they look at the crazy biker dude through their windows.
I'm just saying that yesterday I stopped and took a photo:
And today I stopped and took a photo:
I do appreciate The City Public Parking Division's effort to enforce the sidewalk shoveling ordinance. It is a pedestrian and bike issue to not have cleared sidewalks. If you listen closely you might be able to hear the murmur, "nobody walks there so why should I clear it?"
I think it's possible the additional sensitivity to snowy sidewalks produced by an enforcement body's press release, coupled with a user stopping to take a picture, is enough to spur some action.
Or maybe it's just the existence of the law itself (snicker).