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Random Shots from Saturday

I had to do some running around Saturday and managed to take a few pictures along the way. I made the effort to visit Draper Lake. Down toward the eastern shore on SE 104th, the trail cutting has resumed. They … Continue reading

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Draper Bikeway Update

This is just a brief update on the Draper Bikeway. I’m not going to pretend these posts have any influence whatsoever on the progress of this thing, but the crews have been out fixing some of the things I noted … Continue reading

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Draper Bikeway Hydrology Update

After a whole week of hindrances, I finally got back out on my bike. Of particular note was yesterday’s massive flooding thunderstorm. Almost the entire state good a good dose of this thing and I knew it would help to … Continue reading

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Photography: Chandler, OK

It was a lie. The lakes around Chandler were not really worth the time to go see. Both of them are fishing and boating lakes, but you had best not get caught so much as wading in the water. That … Continue reading

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More Hydrology: Draper Bikeway

We proclaim in our Radix Fidem covenant an affinity for the natural world. We seek to understand God’s moral character by understanding how Creation works. That includes some grasp of the mechanics. It’s not as if everyone should become an … Continue reading

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Photography: Road Flowers

On the one hand, I had some flower shots left over from the Draper ride the other day. On the other hand, I took a road ride today up near Jones and saw some more, plus a few scenery shots. … Continue reading

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Photos: Draper Bike Path Construction

We’ll start with a satellite view (thanks to Bing Maps) showing where the following photos were shot in numerical order. Think of this first image as number zero. The shots start at the head of the freshest clearing work near … Continue reading

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