The weekend before Labor Day (wow, am I ever behind on blog posts!) was the second installment of this year’s 12South Concert series. Held in Nashville’s Sevier Park, these free concerts are open to everyone (and their dog—literally!), so I packed a picnic and went to check it out by bike with my friend Chiara, who’s always game for a bicycle outing.
No parking, except for bikes
Wine in the grass is a beautiful thing
Relaxing on the lawn
The stage is set
On the way to the unofficial afterparty at the Taproom.
The next 12South Concert is tonight—it’s definitely worth checking out.
As Part II of the LGRAB Summer Games was coming to a close (how has it been six weeks since we started these??) I spent a lot of time reading everyone’s entries and planning how to participate myself.
So imagine my joy when, last Wednesday, I realized I was carrying a load (small box of books, plus a laptop) on my bike.
Then imagine my chagrin when I arrived home, pulled out my camera to get some photographic evidence . . . and realized I had left my memory card in my iMac at the office. Duh.
Luckily I had a backup method: telephone!
The haze over the lens pretty much says it all about the sort of humid, sultry weather we’ve been having lately. And the uptilted seat? well, that’s something that will be addressed when I write up my “complete a bicycle maintenance task” post.
I plan on being a much more timely poster when it comes to Part III!