In the neighborhoods south of TCU. The first thing I'm going to buy on payday is handlebar tape. I also need a cable hanger so I can ditch the reflector.
An old Methodist church near the TCU campus.
Work is now underway on improvements to the Trinity Trails. This is where the trail passes under Rogers.
I remembered that my wife had placed an old entertainment center on lay-away at the Montgomery Antique Mall. I wasn't too far away so I decided to stop in and take a look at it.
This was the best parking spot that I could find.
The entertainment center needs a little work but I like it.
Some cool modern furniture.
Killer Fiesta Ware. Stay away from the old red dishes, they're radioactive!
Montgomery Street. Traffic wasn't too bad, I headed north making sure to claim my space on the roadway.
This is a new record shop on Montgomery just a few blocks north of the Antique Mall.
Vintage clothing including lots of old concert t shirts.
That Little Ol Band from Texas. I loved ZZ Top when I was younger, well, the pre-synthesizer stuff.
The greatest serving of Tex-Mex ever!!!! For you young people, this is the inside cover of the Tres Hombres album. I heard that this photo was taken at the now closed Leo's in Houston. I had also heard that it was taken at Mi Tierra in San Antonio. Either way this looks delicious!
After leaving the record shop I rode east to the Trinity Trail and then south towards home.
My new hippie shoes. They look like house slippers but they have a regular sole. They're Skechers version of Sanuk Chibas, just much cheaper. They're extremely comfortable, and at $12 on sale I couldn't resist. Yes, I'm wearing them with socks. I don't care.