A new camera to take along on my rides and hopefully other adventures. Both the camera and the software need more time and practice...I intend to take it.
Take a look and see what you think from Saturday afternoon's ride.
Monday was a very warm, cloudy windy day with temperatures that often stir up our Spring weather. It happened. A Tornado Watch was issued late afternoon until 10pm. After 4:00 I decided it was perfect for an 80+ degree ride through the dales. It got sticky.....a MN record dew point for May.
I stopped at this cemetery, just curious if one of our old relatives might be buried there. His family's farm was visible from where I parked the bike but I do know that he was a member of a congregation further away. I have to assume that his people are buried there since I didn't find them at Belvidere Union. I read on the plaque that the property for the peaceful place was donated by a local man after his 2 year old daughter died; her headstone located on the higher ground.
The sun was out and so was the humidity....it felt lovely, the brightest it had been all day.
A stop here to get a look to the NE.
We had a bit of small hail, 1.3" of rain and a couple blasts of wind and then later, back to butterflies and rainbows.
The sun was too far gone for rainbows.