Last week, Mary G. put up a fun and unique cycling challenge: the “errandonnee.” The basic premise: run your errands, riding your bike, and chronicle the adventure by filling out an “errandonnee card” and snapping pictures of your journey.
The challenge started on Saturday, but I only got into the swing of it this week. My daily commute counts for one category, which is all well and good, but when I come home late, the night ride enters the fray. And that’s what I present here: my return commute, after sunset.
The view from Taft Bridge, looking down at the end of rush hour on Rock Creek Parkway:
Looking west at the moon and the last bits of twilight:
My bike’s handlebars, showing off my light, and looking at rush hour traffic heading northeast on Florida Ave NW (spot the cyclist):
I’ll chronicle more #errandonneuring as I go along – stay tuned!