• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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10 May 2008


Yes, yes, yes!!!

Yes. I heart them.

Yes, but you have to be wearing a French fisherman's striped shirt, too, and a beret, and those lace-up espadrilles . . .

Oh my, the Classic 3 Amsterdam with the tulips! That is a beauty. Where have these bikes been all my life? That beauty can (almost) trump function - that is all that I've ever wanted.

And you will need to wear a dress with a flowing skirt. These are wonderful bikes, and commendable obsessions.

Oh yes! Both my mum and my sister had bikes like the top one and are the most comfortable bikes I've ever ridden...They are pretty heavy bikes, but then there are no such things like 'hills' in Holland and once they start they go like a dream... I always used to imagine myself being in a horse drawn carriage that had no need for the horse in front. :)

check out Felt Bicycles.
My husband is the rep for them. google it. He can advise if you see one you might like.
He has the Cafe. and everyone loves it.

Oh! Love them. I just got a Dahon Speed D7 in our 500 sqft, I needed a folder *giggle* I wish I could have one of those though. Can I live vicariously through you? Have you seen the pink bike at Hello Cupcake in Tacoma? If not, just let me know, I will send pics.

How are you? It has been too long! xox=vv.

I own this bike. The bottom one. But in beautiful white. It is actually very light...the lightest bike I've ever ridden (not sure that's a word, but you know what I mean). I love it! You SHOULD buy one. :)

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