I’m back

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Well, I am back home and still getting adjusted to the 13-hour time difference. Even though I checked my work email frequently on the trip, small daily tasks seem to have really piled up while I was away. I will be in catch up mode during this short Thanksgiving workweek, so it may be a while before I can respond to any messages sent to my Gmail account. I’ll get caught up eventually, but expect me to be a bit slow to respond to any email related to the blog for a while.

I didn’t get a chance this time to take as many bicycle pictures as I have on previous trips to China, but I did take a few bike shots that are worth checking out. In addition to the three here, I have uploaded several of my pictures from the trip to a new Flickr set. I would love to elaborate on the pictures and on some of the things that I saw during the last couple weeks, but I’ll have to save that for a future post. For now, I just need to get back to work. That is the thing about traveling; the first day back in the office is always rough.

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4 Comments

  1. bikesgonewild November 19, 2007 at 3:24 pm -  Reply

    …a nice taste of china…you’re busy so i’ll just say thank you for the photos…

  2. James November 19, 2007 at 5:31 pm -  Reply

    You are welcome bikesgonewild. Glad you liked the pictures.

    Also, Thanks to you and others for keeping the conversation going on the bikes in design mags post while I was gone. I hope everyone reads the comments to all the posts, that is where the good stuff is, with or without me.

  3. erik k November 19, 2007 at 6:43 pm -  Reply

    holy crap, that last picture looks more like a pickup truck than a bycle. that guy must have legs of steal and imagine piloting that thing in any type of side or head wind. or maybe even worse yet, a strong tailwind, I sure hope he has good breaks

  4. bikesgonewild November 21, 2007 at 4:49 am -  Reply

    …james, thanks, no problem… while we missed your direction we tried to keep everyone interested in something…

    …china is such an amazing dichotomy…so much old beauty & so much potential for unthinking ugliness…

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