Sunday was the February Ladies Who Bike and Brunch get together. We met at Andersonville's Ann Sather's restaurant, home of the fabulously decadent swedish sweet rolls (pictured above).
Even though we'd had a blizzard just a few days before, the main streets had been cleared and I decided that if I stuck to them, I'd be alright. So I headed up Clark street on my Oma. In the video below, you can see me and my bike in the windows.
|Oma deep in snow in our backyard|
What a pleasure! There was hardly a car on the street. It was a slow, peaceful ride, and it felt like I was taking a leisurely bike ride in the country.
When I arrived, the bike parking was a bit of a problem, but it didn't stop the Ladies Who Bike and Brunch.
|Julie with her bike locked to the top of a bike hoop.|
Eighteen of us turned out for the February brunch. Lovely, interesting ladies, one and all.
|Too many to list!|
|Dottie of LGRAB blog on the left, Suzanne, Shelby, Sara of This Little Bike of Mine blog, and Danielle.|
Afterwards, Some of us visited Women and Children First, a fantastic independent bookstore. Then Dottie and I went to The Brown Elephant thrift store where I found a jeans jacket (for the spring, obviously).
|The Swedish Horse in Andersonville|