The rain started to clear up this morning so I decided to ride downtown and check out the Fort Worth Main Street Arts Festival. The weather reports indicated that the sun was supposed to make an appearance today but it was still gloomy when I rolled out of the house.
I was hoping that we wouldn't have any more rain today. It sprinkled a little as I rode towards downtown but that was about it. I packed a grocery bag to cover my Brooks saddle and a trash bag to cover my cameras and other junk just in case.
I have had more problems with drivers in this area than anywhere else in town. This is Cantey Street just west of University Drive (on the north side of the T.C.U. campus). These college kids don't seem to pay attention to the road.
I had to cut through a churchyard at College Avenue and Page Avenue.
I ran across this shop at College Avenue and Jefferson Avenue. I didn't see a sign on the building but they had some neat stuff.
The new bike lanes on Magnolia Avenue.
High speed action shot
There was a good crowd in attendance and a pretty diverse crowd at that. I saw everything from cowboy hats to mowhawks.
This is a great idea! Especially since I didn't bring my own hand sanitizer.
Ballet Folklorico. I heard the mariachi music and had to find the source. Unfortunately it wasn't a live band. I love mariachi music. My uncle used to play in a mariachi band when I was a kid. I can't explain it but when I hear "Ay Jalisco No Te Rajes" I get chocked up.
What is it?
The ride home. As soon as I arrived at the house the sun broke through the clouds. It's okay Istill had a great time.