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  • Morning BMW

    A beautiful BMW on the Easter Morning Ride. I believe this is an R60/2 with the Earles forks. Take note of the custom cylinder guards. Love seeing vintage bikes actually being ridden. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Two Up

    Farther and sun heading out after sunrise from the Easter Morning Ride. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Lounging

    Taking in the sunrise just after the Easter Morning Ride. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Three Amigos

    Hanging out on the peak of Mt Tam as the sun rises just after the Easter Morning Ride. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Capturing the Sunrise

    A couple perched on the peak taking in the sunrise after the Easter Morning Ride. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • East Bay Rising

    The sun, just as it starts to peek out over the East Bay, just after the Easter Morning Ride. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Kalle

    Kalle pontificating on the Giant's season so far, while taking in the sunrise after the Easter Morning Ride. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Jeff

    Wide eyed and awake after the Easter Morning Ride. Clowning around in the parking lot just after sunrise. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Lone Husa

    A Husaberg on Mt Tam after the Easter Morning Ride leaning up against a fence. In true dirtbike style, it doesn't have a kickstand. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Taking in the Sun

    Watching the sunrise from atop Mt Tam after the Easter Morning Ride. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Easter Tam Sunrise

    Sunrise over the East Bay after the Easter Morning Ride. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Reflecting

    Easter Morning Ride This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Missile Woman

    Driving the rocket truck around the country. The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Wrong Ren Faire

    The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • That Guy

    The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Sweeps

    The Doggy Diner float at the Ferry Building. The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Blue Wolf

    The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Feed Breed Breathe

    The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • All Seeing Eyes

    The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Sun Mask

    The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Profile in Yellow

    The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Sneaking up on the Spectators

    Disapproving observers, unaware of their company. The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Watching You

    The Doggy Diner heads in all their glory. The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Nyx at Night

    Ira and Laura at the Sock Exchange. The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Dope

    This Renaissance Fair Sucks! The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Need Love

    The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Born again

    Peter Saves! The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Green Invasion

    And you thought we didn't need a Space Force! The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • The Red Hand

    The Red Hand tells us to go. The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Every spring, the San Francisco Botanical Garden has the Magnificent Magnolias event. The gardens have over 100 Magnolias which all bloom once a year. In 2014, the blooms came very early due to unusually warm weather. Pretty much the middle of winter: January and February. The SF Botanical Garden is 55 acres of calm in the heart of Golden Gate Park. It has over 8,000 species of plants and is one of the most diverse gardens in the world. It is definitely worth a tour as a visitor, or especially as a city resident (entry is free for residents). www.sfbotanicalgarden.org Comments and critiques are welcome. Contact biker1337@yahoo.com to use this image.

  • Every spring, the San Francisco Botanical Garden has the Magnificent Magnolias event. The gardens have over 100 Magnolias which all bloom once a year. In 2014, the blooms came very early due to unusually warm weather. Pretty much the middle of winter: January and February. The SF Botanical Garden is 55 acres of calm in the heart of Golden Gate Park. It has over 8,000 species of plants and is one of the most diverse gardens in the world. It is definitely worth a tour as a visitor, or especially as a city resident (entry is free for residents). www.sfbotanicalgarden.org Comments and critiques are welcome. Contact biker1337@yahoo.com to use this image.

  • Every spring, the San Francisco Botanical Garden has the Magnificent Magnolias event. The gardens have over 100 Magnolias which all bloom once a year. In 2014, the blooms came very early due to unusually warm weather. Pretty much the middle of winter: January and February. The SF Botanical Garden is 55 acres of calm in the heart of Golden Gate Park. It has over 8,000 species of plants and is one of the most diverse gardens in the world. It is definitely worth a tour as a visitor, or especially as a city resident (entry is free for residents). www.sfbotanicalgarden.org Comments and critiques are welcome. Contact biker1337@yahoo.com to use this image.

  • Busting Out

    Every spring, the San Francisco Botanical Garden has the Magnificent Magnolias event. The gardens have over 100 Magnolias which all bloom once a year. In 2014, the blooms came very early due to unusually warm weather. Pretty much the middle of winter: January and February. The SF Botanical Garden is 55 acres of calm in the heart of Golden Gate Park. It has over 8,000 species of plants and is one of the most diverse gardens in the world. It is definitely worth a tour as a visitor, or especially as a city resident (entry is free for residents). www.sfbotanicalgarden.org Comments and critiques are welcome. Contact biker1337@yahoo.com to use this image.

  • Every spring, the San Francisco Botanical Garden has the Magnificent Magnolias event. The gardens have over 100 Magnolias which all bloom once a year. In 2014, the blooms came very early due to unusually warm weather. Pretty much the middle of winter: January and February. The SF Botanical Garden is 55 acres of calm in the heart of Golden Gate Park. It has over 8,000 species of plants and is one of the most diverse gardens in the world. It is definitely worth a tour as a visitor, or especially as a city resident (entry is free for residents). www.sfbotanicalgarden.org Comments and critiques are welcome. Contact biker1337@yahoo.com to use this image.

  • Every spring, the San Francisco Botanical Garden has the Magnificent Magnolias event. The gardens have over 100 Magnolias which all bloom once a year. In 2014, the blooms came very early due to unusually warm weather. Pretty much the middle of winter: January and February. The SF Botanical Garden is 55 acres of calm in the heart of Golden Gate Park. It has over 8,000 species of plants and is one of the most diverse gardens in the world. It is definitely worth a tour as a visitor, or especially as a city resident (entry is free for residents). www.sfbotanicalgarden.org Comments and critiques are welcome. Contact biker1337@yahoo.com to use this image.

  • The Path to Freedom

    Every spring, the San Francisco Botanical Garden has the Magnificent Magnolias event. The gardens have over 100 Magnolias which all bloom once a year. In 2014, the blooms came very early due to unusually warm weather. Pretty much the middle of winter: January and February. The SF Botanical Garden is 55 acres of calm in the heart of Golden Gate Park. It has over 8,000 species of plants and is one of the most diverse gardens in the world. It is definitely worth a tour as a visitor, or especially as a city resident (entry is free for residents). www.sfbotanicalgarden.org Comments and critiques are welcome. Contact biker1337@yahoo.com to use this image.

  • Every spring, the San Francisco Botanical Garden has the Magnificent Magnolias event. The gardens have over 100 Magnolias which all bloom once a year. In 2014, the blooms came very early due to unusually warm weather. Pretty much the middle of winter: January and February. The SF Botanical Garden is 55 acres of calm in the heart of Golden Gate Park. It has over 8,000 species of plants and is one of the most diverse gardens in the world. It is definitely worth a tour as a visitor, or especially as a city resident (entry is free for residents). www.sfbotanicalgarden.org Comments and critiques are welcome. Contact biker1337@yahoo.com to use this image.

  • Brákarey Island

    Brákarey Island is located in Borgarnes, about an hour’s drive north of Reykjavík. This old harbor town is full of Icelandic Saga history, and the Settlement Center is well worth a visit. It illustrates some of the sagas, including the story about Þorgerður Brák – slave to Skalla-Grímur and nanny to his son Egill. Brák stopped Skalla from killing his own son. He was still so enraged that he chased her down and killed her. Many markers are placed throughout the town marking events from the sagas.

  • Puffin in the Grass

    A puffin seemingly posing for me on the small island Hafnarhólmi (actually, not an island anymore – a causeway was constructed to create a harbor). So many birds here, they should call it Puffin Island. This small island near Bakkagerði is a must stop if you’re a bird watcher. It has several stairways for easy access and several hides. Be aware that the island is closed to visitors in May for the nesting season.

  • Disappearing Falls

    One of the falls a short walking distance from Seljalandsfoss. This waterfall just seems to disappear – it appears to land behind a small rise, but no water flows away from the area. Very mysterious.

  • Seljalandsfoss Falls Rainbow

    Seljalandsfoss is yet another awesome waterfall in a beautiful country full of them. It has a 60m drop into a fairly placid pool, with a sedately flowing stream flowing away. One of the great features of this popular waterfall is that you can walk behind it. A well worn trail takes you completely around the falls, through the hollow in the cliff face created by erosion from the rushing water. And another waterfall is just a short walk away – with yet another one about a km down the road.

  • Rift Falls

    The waterfalls at Þingvellir are truly spectacular. Not in terms of pure power, or the height from which it falls, but because of the geology of the region. A long plain ends abruptly here, where the falls empty into a narrow crack in the earth. The river meanders a short distance north before making a u turn and falling through the other wall of the crack to make its way down to Þingvallavatn – the largest lake in Iceland. Iceland created the parliamentary style of government here in 930 AD. It was called the Alþingi. Icelanders had all left countries ruled by kings, and they wanted no part of that. Þingvellir was chosen as the spot where the people would meet annually to create laws and settle differences. It was a perfect spot – located centrally on the main travel paths through the country, it had ample fresh water and wood for the gatherings, and the steep canyon wall made an excellent spot to address large crowds.

  • Solfar – The Sun Voyager

    Sólfar will have to sail far this evening to find the sun, with the storm moving in. Simply incredible that at 10:30 in the evening, the sun has still not set. The Sólfar (Sun Voyager) is a sculpture by Jón Gunnar Árnason located on the Reykjavik shoreline. It calls to mind an old Viking ship preparing to depart on a journey of exploration and discovery.

  • Rolling Coastal Hills

    The rolling hills of California with the Pacific Ocean in the background. Mt Tam from the Ridgeview Road.

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