Friday, September 5, 2008


I Bought a new bike for myself. I have wanted this bike for a year! I waited to see if I really wanted it..(i use to be a impulse buyer) and still am accused of being one to this day. Well i have changed! OK..it is the best little thing that I have bought in a VERY long time..well since my wheel and kiln, that was a pretty good investment. Money has been pretty tight on this little farm, so I did feel a little guilty buying something for you know, me. So here is my new little beauty..She is a Townie 21 by Electra

13 comments:

belinda said...

Why....I would have "impulsely" bought this lil cutie too!!!! No sidewalks at this farm or I would have one!! Darn it!!!

Linda Crispell said...

Pretty cool new wheels! By the way, your huckleberry jam is a hit in the Crispell house!!! I have yet to meet someone from the midwest who has tried a huckleberry. I am kind of on a mission now, why don't we have them here?
Linda

julie king said...

she looks like a wonderful ride. my hubbie and i bought new bikes this summer after many yeas riding old hand-me-downs. we considered it an investment in our health!!

a painter said...

Came here after seeing your work on Eileen's blog. Your photos are wonderful...love that "bossy bird" photo--but they are all great and your pottery is super!

Helen

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

I love it! It also looks great in your garden!!! Happy trails!!

xo
Becky

Jenn said...

LOVE your new bike Julie!! You deserve a special treat:):)

Happy Sunday to you!
xox...jenn

Heather said...

Ah! that is so neat! You'll have so much fun :)

sugarcreekstuff said...

I love that bike! Speaking of love, I have an award for you at my site.

Brenda@Spareminute cottage said...

What a nice bike.I love the vases you make.
Best Wishes
Brenda:)

bonnie said...

super cool!

Deb said...

Fabulous bike Julie!!
Happy riding.
I have a blog AWARD for you over at my blog :-)

farmerjulie said...

thanks everyone. i am having a blast! Riding my little heart out!

Sally's Chateau said...

It's the most brilliant feeling of freedom to pop on your bike and zip along even if it's only a quick ride, blows the cobwebs away nicely.

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