I am a long-time follower of the always beautiful, original, creative, and intelligent Bikes and the City, but I only recently realized that the fabulous blog-runner, Meli, has original bicycle prints for sale. I immediately chose this fabulous orange and yellow San Francisco bicycle print for my home.
The print now hangs framed on my living room wall. Love! The fact that it’s from Meli makes it extra special.
You can get your paws on a print of your own here.
This year, I am thankful for family and friends near and far; the community we’ve found through blogging, good health and the good food that will be on the table today . . . etc.
But most of all, I’m thankful that after a year and a half on two wheels, I’ve yet to inspire a highway art installment like this one.
Bike art near Guntersville, Alabama
How about you, friends? And what do you think of this installment? Humorous, or hostile, given that it’s located next to a highway?
And to our American readers — how are you celebrating Thankgiving? I’m spending it away from my family for just the second time in 29 years (yikes). Planned to bring a cake to a friend’s, but a pan extraction incident means I’m making cake balls instead. Something tells me my hosts won’t complain.