I had a query from a guy who is having trouble finding one of my geocaches so I decided to ride over and take some pictures of it for him, and so I did. I sent him five pictures progressively getting closer to the cache so that he can choose his level of spoiler.
I am becoming disenchanted with the center stand I put on the bike. You can see it is completely useless in this instance.
I rode next to El Cajon where I looked for a cache for myself, because, really, why else would one GO to El Cajon? Didn't find it, just as I didn't find it last time.
OK, ok, El Cajon has many reason to go there. The very nice library, for one. Also, Harbor Freight. And the Yogurt Mill!! And if you need a ticket while serving on jury duty, it's the place to go.
I seen this thing by the highway several times. No one else seems to have noticed it. What is it for? A red target for the chemtrail generators to navigate on? Ha ha!
I don't see it on Google Streetview, for what it's worth.
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(Tried to center the Streetview, it just don't want to)
Runkeeper, an iPhone app, claims I rode 15.38 miles in 1 hour 17 minute 41 seconds, with an average speed of 7.84 miles per hour, and 746 consumed, and a total climb of 1,044 feet, which I have trouble believing, but what goes DOWN into The Box must come OUT, I guess.
The trusty bike trip-o-meter says 15.54 miles today.
I forgotted to mention, no knee pain today.