TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, and I’ve just finished supper when I spy a motorcycle on the street.
Any other spring, and I would not give this mode of transportation a second thought nor grab my camera.
But this is no ordinary April in Minnesota. The six inches of snow which fell Monday into early Tuesday morning in Faribault have mostly melted, but plenty still blankets the landscape.
Forty degrees. Snow on the ground. And a biker hits the road.
As crazy as this appears, I recall seeing a motorcyclist riding in 30 degree temps a few months ago.
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