It was so lucky I saw it. I was riding ahead of it until I came up under the bridge at Nikotama. The real rainbow was much clearer and double in places. It was like we were surrounded by Saturnian rings. On the other side of the bridge, the sky was a brilliant hue of orange. It was like the cover of the cheap sci-fi paperbacks from the 60s and 70s. It was one of the most beautiful sights I have ever seen. And even strangers were talking amongst ourselves about how spectacular it was.That is an amazing picture and must have been a beautiful sight. (I need to start getting up earlier.)
They surely are. I've been cruising around the neighborhood and -woods with my wife at sunset time lately. Those sights are moments of pure beauty with the power of turning even a bad day into something good.
I often sit out on my balcony and watch the sunsets. Each one is different. Much better than TV.
Tamagawa gets some magnificent sunrises and sunsets.
And I'll never forget seeing the Milky Way from the middle of the Australian desert. It was like a sky full of diamonds and nobody needed to get smashed over the head with a plastic hammer for a laugh. (I would probably watch TV if Gilgamesh Night ever returned though)
How long did your Wahoo units last and what happened to them?Hope you have better luck with yours than I had with both of mine.
Unit #1 was ok for a while but the rubber stopper that protects the charging port wouldn't stay in place. Also the rubber gaskets that cover the side buttons came off. Finally, I pressed the top buttons and the screen fried. This is all within a few months of the purchase. Wahoo replaced the unit, no charge.How long did your Wahoo units last and what happened to them?
I am not in a hurry to give Garmin another try, not after losing a 380 km ride recording that sealed the deal last time (after several similar misfortunes).