Sunday, August 1, 2010

hello my pretty

The mister and I were on a hunt for a seesaw today (do you have any idea how hard it is to find a seesaw these days? What is it with these newfangled plastic playgrounds and their lack of activities that I understand?) and instead came across a nice long nature trail that made us wish we had bicycles to ride around on. I actually have a really cute old bike frame that the mister saved from the garbage at least a year ago but we have yet to do anything with it. Anyone know how much it might cost to get some wheels and fix up an old bike? I have no idea if it is in current working condition even if it had wheels, and I'm not too keen on the idea of getting ripped off just to find out. But anyway, here's a most certainly functioning bike that I adore. The little basket makes me want to ride to the library and then pick some flowers on my way home. Oh, summer.


  1. Try this?

  2. Oooh neat, I will check those out. Thanks!

  3. i went to a local sporting goods store and 2 tires, a chain, and a pump later (less than 40$ all together) repaired a 350$ mountain bike