dreaming in the shadows of the Sleeping Maiden

Mt. Tam, with the peaks fogged in, glimpsed from Larkspur Landing

The fog gripped the peaks of Mt. Tam today, never letting go, at least not in a way that was visible to me from the angles I could look at it today. Those angles were provided courtesy of the Greenbrae leg of the bike path along the Corte Madera Creek all the way to Remillard Park. Back and forth I went this afternoon, quite a few times, until I put some 10 miles on the bike. It’s a lovely little bike, a Breezer range bike – designed by Joe Breeze, one of the inventors and early pioneers of the mountain bike. But then, I am easy to please as far as bikes might be concerned: it’s been a good couple of decades since I last rode a bike….