This is our obligatory eighth-annual Christmas tree by bike post. Tree-hauling is old hat by now, but I thought I’d post some photos of this year’s adventure anyway. You might remember that last year our daughter hauled the tree. When we discussed who would pedal the tree home this year, I realized I’d never done it. How did I pass on all of those tree-hauling opportunities over the years? Naturally I volunteered for the task.
- Halting #rimwreath production due to cedar-fir-holly imbalance, but here's one. #bikewreath #upcycling… instagram.com/p/wvU_jXjZDw/ 4 hours ago
- The car equivalent of having a seat pilfered at a bike rack? #ravenna #criminalelement #bricks #stripped instagram.com/p/wvJ3hnjZKA/ 5 hours ago
- RT @doctorleahy: @curbedseattle @oninformation & @annesavvy have been doing it for 8 yrs, with kids & live in seattle. http://t.co/QlLAiRy4… 13 hours ago
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