Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Christmas tree on the move

On Sunday my cycling group had a Christmas ride followed by a lovely lunch. Our cycling "Santa" sure got lots of attention and along the way and gave lots of Christmas cheer to passers-by.

13 comments:

Rambling Round said...

What a neat idea!

Hilda said...

And now you're spreading the cheer in the blogosphere. This sure made me smile! What fun!

crittoria said...

What fun!!

Donna said...

HAHAhahaaa...How Wonderful!!!hughugs

Gary said...

A very ecologically friendly delivery system!

What you're missing is some snow. It just so happens that here in Ottawa, Canada, we received about thirty cms today and, if you're in the market, we can ship about 3/4 of it to you, just to brighten your Christmas!

Our temperature last night was around -20 degrees C and it's now warmed up to about -10 degrees C.

Your photos are beautiful and paint a nice snapshot of your very attractive city.

I rather envy your location. I'm not a great fan of too much snow, and I don't think it would take me long to get adjusted to not having to shovel the white stuff.

Last fall, my wife and I did a tour of England, Wales, and Scotland and amongst our group were two Australian couples. We enjoyed their company and the stories of your wonderful continent and country.

Keep up the good work,

Gary

garyross.ca

said...

oh ,that's funny

maria said...

So cute.

Thanks for posting all those great pictures for us to enjoy.

Maria

Sierra Night Tide said...

Very cute
beach Santa!

Martin said...

This is so upside down.

Sunny said...

Cycling Santa :) Lovely!

Jamie said...

I love this. I'm from Twin Lake, Michigan and we now all together have over 5 foot of snow. I lost my Dad in Feb. of this year. This is my first Christmas without him and I was having an off day. When I saw this picture it gave me something to laugh about. Thanks so much for sharing your pictures with us. Merry Christmas and May God Bless you and guide you throughout your New Year. Jamie

mandula said...

:)nagyon jó!!!!!

Zsuzsa said...

I hope my husband doesn't see this:) He would probably get out tree and cycling around the neiborhood with it!! Crazy idea!