Wednesday Commuteblogging: Night Edition

After slagging on D.C. drivers last week as suicidal, red light-running maniacs, this week TDR focuses on the joys of riding in standard time. You know, when the clocks are not set forward and the sun sets before the end of the workday.
MG and Ed on the MallMG and Ed on the Mall

MG and I usually meet after work and ride to the grocery store or around Hain’s Point on the Potomac River. We also enjoy Washington’s stunning night monument scenes. As cycling cities compare, D.C. is pretty good, thanks to the National Mall and trails along the Potomac River — especially during the winter.

Ed’s Atlantis at the World War II MemorialEd’s Atlantis at the World War II Memorial

Atlantis, again at the World War II MemorialAtlantis, again at the World War II Memorial

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2 thoughts on “Wednesday Commuteblogging: Night Edition

  1. Ed & MG,

    Great pictures on the Mall. Have you got any pictures from the Saturday ride? There must be some good ones.

    Enjoy,

    Russ

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