Morning Commute

31 F at the start of the day's commute.

31 F at the start of the day’s commute.

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Morning commutes are still very much bearable. I had to make a run to the UPS Store to send out a package and things ran smoothly enough that I had time to drive back home, hop on my bike and ride to work. My commute is a little over five miles that begins on the local MUP, meanders through the village of Fairhaven, Ma before riding over the bridge spanning the harbor into downtown New Bedford, Ma. The waterfronts in both towns are very active with fishing and scallop fleet, lobster boats, island ferrys and some pretty big cargo ships.

There are lots of things people driving notice, that on a bike, we get to see. For example.

Fellow commuter.

Fellow commuter.

Looking across the harbor from the New Bedford, Fairhaven Bridge

Looking across the harbor from the New Bedford, Fairhaven Bridge. Shipload of clementines.

Part of the scallop fleet in New Bedford

Part of the scallop fleet in New Bedford

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The Green Honduras

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The Green Honduras in New Bedford, Ma harbor

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