My wanderings and ponderings with a little kitsch thrown in for good measure.
Cool last photo! And apparently the bugs are out in StL!
Martha,Thanks. Yes, the bugs are out in StL. The other thing I'm noticing is I get a lot more bug hits riding Isabelle than I do Billie. I suspect it is a speed thing.~k
Keith...at least your dealing with regular bugs and not Florida's special mutant..the "Lovebug." :Phttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lovebug
Robert,I'm happy to leave the lovebugs to you. Grasshoppers and June bugs are enough for me. I'd never heard of lovebugs before. Thanks for the share.~k
Cool pics. What is that saying? "Midnight bugs taste best".
Brandy,I've never heard the saying, but it could be true. Since I wear a helmet I don't eat many bugs. I was riding in Illinois yesterday. They don't have a helmet law and lots of riders don't wear one, even guys without a fairing. I gotta think those bugs must sting when they hit there faces. I'm certainly not anxious to find out at midnight or any other time.~k
Wow, love that last photo! Very artistic!Who knew bugs make great art :)
Thanks. It was a nice surprise when I got home an downloaded it. The bugs are the stars :)~k
Splat! You know a well ridden bike is one with bug splats. Looks like a lovely night for a ride.