Always On the Edge of the Fog

A large part of our year is spent just under the edge of the coastal fog bank.

It makes for very tough mid day nature pics, as the entire sky blows out white.  You can see the blue peaking out about a half a mile back from town, teasing throughout the day, but seldom making an appearance on the coast until late afternoon if we are lucky.

While looking at today’s capture I could not help but notice what leaving the car parked and using the Rambler for the majority of local transportation has done for my legs.  That is a screaming endorsement if I have ever seen one.  Should there be any negotiation with the spouse on weather of not a Rambler fits into the budget, just use this for ammo.  A little riding all the time, and it help if you are on a Rambler 😉  The tan lines are a completely unrelated challenge.

In upcoming news, the site is in desperate need of an overhaul.  I will be chipping away at it as I can, it will be incremental, although if something crashes, don’t be alarmed, leave the alarm up to me, I will get it back up and running in no time.  I am still intending to take down the online storefront, moving sales of the t-shirts and such back to the main site.  That is going to be a bit of a headache fixing old links, but I have a bit of a plan for that too.  The Rambler program is still creeping along.  I am working on raising capital for a full production run that will allow me to keep stock on hand.  99% certain that there will be a kickstarter project, with a couple of backup plans as well.

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2 Responses to Always On the Edge of the Fog

  1. Lloyd McMahon says:

    I’d love to hear more about what’s going on with the Rambler. I wanted one when you were putting the first batch together and still do. Didn’t have the funds this summer, but would love to get one together by next Spring.

    • Rob says:

      Lloyd, thanks for the interest in the Ramblers. There was a bit of a speed bump in the first production run. I can get you into the next run, scheduled for production in October/November. Aside from that I will be starting a kickstarter project soon to get capital raised for a full production run over the winter. If you have any questions feel free to give me a call at (805) 232-4319 between 9 and 4 west coast time.

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