|Sweet poster, via the Facebook event page.|
|It started pouring mid-afternoon, but - thank goodness - it stopped in time.|
Here is Eliza, dried off and ready to go after a rejuvenating tea at Karen's.
The City of London souvenir hankie tied to the vintage purse is a sly little homage.
|After taking it slooooow coming down the switchbacks - because I was more than a bit nervous about my rod brakes in the wet road conditions- Judy and I had Keillor Road to ourselves. So pretty. In another week or so the leaves will have all fallen.|
|At the other side of the bridge across Whitemud Creek everyone was waiting for us slowpokes and having a lovely chat.|
|Judy took a great photo of me - thanks Judy!|
|Everyone looked so great. I wish my photos turned out better - my candid approach doesn't always work.|
Luckily there were a lot of cameras there. Here are some great shots that Tess took, for example.
I'm sure more will get posted to blogs over the next few days.
|Soon after this we parted ways - some of us needed to get home early, |
while the rest carried on to get dinner and drinks at The Next Act.
Neil tells me there will be another Tweed Ride next Spring! Can't wait!
There are more great photos and a video of the ride at TuckamoreDew (as mentioned in the comments).
I also found a ride report with links to others' photos from the first Edmonton Tweed Ride (in 2009)!