As I did some Veloway laps the other day, I was cheered by all the decorated trees – like the one at right – that popped up this year. In a 3.1-mile lap, I counted 11 different decorated trees. Last year, the inline skating club that uses the Veloway decorated several trees, but I don’t know if they just increased their efforts this year or if others jumped in with their own decorated versions. Doesn’t matter, really. Just passing by them puts a smile on your face. To get a full-size view of these trees, just click on them.
In some cases, it appears there’s a bit of a contest going on – to see who can decorate the nicest tree. Lights are out of the question, since there’s no easy access to power around the track, but lots of folks manage to do just fine without them.
An old, and now disused, outhouse is all dolled up as a gingerbread house.
One of the trees is decorated with feathers – a touch that makes it look like the tree is covered in tropical birds.
In the spirit of the season, it’s nice to see that none of the trees has been vandalized – at this writing.
I probably won’t post again until Sunday at the earliest, while we entertain family for Christmas. From Bike Noob and Mrs. Noob, have the happiest of holidays!
Very interesting tree decorating. That makes a pretty cool loop.
B.J. Ondo says
Season’s Greetings, Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas and Happy New Years to YOU and YOURS! Have excellent time with family at this festive time of the year! 🙂
From US to YOU! 🙂
B.J. and Jo Ondo
wayyyyy slow but we like to RIDE! 😉
Nice pics. Wish I lived closer to the veloway.
I was at the Veloway this past Sunday afternoon and saw the trees as well. They’re really neat decoration for the 3.1 mile loop, and I spent my laps wondering who did them. A merry and happy Christmas, Kwanzaa, Haunukah, Solstice, Saturnalia and/or New Year to all, whichever, if any, are applicable.