Mark is actually gonna do some mountain bike racing. He'll do great.jking09 said:those skies are amazing!! i kinda have this thing for the sky.. great pics, enjoyed them
glad you got the guy to try things a little less smooth!
Guess you have to pay the price for the glamorous life you lead, right?austin_bike said:I saw the same sky, but I was looking out the window of my office
LOL! 16 more years to go....scorpionwoman said:Hey, Glen. That boy in college yet??
Sounds like someone is looking forward to a change of scenery, and climate! Enjoy!
I attribute it to the angle of the sun. But what do I know? I'm originally from the midwest, and I agree, something about the sky changes when you get this far south.Freewillie said:We drove through Austin twice over the last couple of weeks (after Christmas going south to Padre Island, after new years headed back north). The wife and I kept remarking how the sky just looks different in Texas, especially farther south. It just looks bigger and more impressive. Probably just my mind playing tricks on me from all the driving, but it was cool nonetheless. Nice pics!
Austin is great city for many reasons, Francine. Be sure and let your fellow mountain-bikers know when you get here!Francine said:Freezing and rainy here on the east coast. I can't wait to move to Austin in a few years!!!