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I’m back

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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  1. bikesgonewild says

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

  2. James says

    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 says

    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 says

    …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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