Monday, August 25, 2008

Ruby Tuesday


Welcome to this week's Ruby Tuesday, hosted my Mary the Teach at Work Of The Poet.



I don't know who these people are, but was in Salmon Arm one evening a few weeks ago and saw these things for rent. A bit later I saw this couple riding one, so just had to take a photo. It fits perfectly in Ruby Tuesday, haha.



Too bad I don't have a photo of a red bridge this week, hahaha.

Happy Ruby Tuesday!!


15 comments:

Carletta said...

This is cool!

Ha, Ha - a red bridge - I actually thought about that too. I do know where a pink one is but it was too far to go today! I thought I had a photo in archives of it so I was disappointed.I'll have to get that though. :)

People with Cameras said...

haha...I love that.

Mar said...

That looks like fun!!!

Yen said...

LOL..Have you tried one? Looks like fun!

Mine's up if you got a chance, HERE!

Greyscale Territory said...

This looks like so much fun! I so wish!

dot said...

What a cute thing they are riding! It looks like a pedal car.

Ralph said...

I wonder who has to pedal harder to keep the thing in motion? I like the device and the top means you can stil pedal in the rain...

Happy Ruby Tuesday!

ellen b said...

Ha! It is perfect and does look like fun!

Melli said...

LOL! These are SO much fun! My Krysti always makes us rent one for an hour or two when we are down at the beach! They actually have them that 4 people can ride at once too!

Denise said...

Hi, Alice
Here we have these vehicles are environmentally friendly and therefore do not use fuels that pollute the air. Great contribution,
hugs, Denise

juliana said...

ha, fun stuff!

Dianne said...

cool ride lol

storyteller said...

‘Kewl’ red vehicle … nice choice. My 1st Ruby Tuesday is at Small Reflections today. I’m looking for ‘bridge’ photos, but my pictures just aren’t organized well enough to find them currently.
Hugs and blessings,

the teach said...

A RED bicycle built for two! Wonderful, Alice! Happy Ruby Tuesday! :)

jientje said...

Maybe it's not a bridge, but still it's a very unique ruby!