Two of the 106 minutes of video I have collected so far on this particular trip. Not sure what’ll be done with all of it, its still more field testing the camera than meaningful clips. That said, I do like a few aspects of these two minutes, especially the way the trees & leaves are going by and the reflections in the sidecar nose. I dig the fact that I clearly don’t know exactly where I am most of the time as seen in hesitations in a couple of corners and missing Elm Street entirely (dad’s first girlfriend lived on Elm Street). I also like that The Old Ship Church is visible in the tail end of it, the cream colored church that doesn’t so much look like a church but a box with a bell balcony like thing with a steeple on top of it - centered in the roof rather than in the front of the building like pretty much every other church I pass. I like the ease of it, no traffic, almost no hassles.
There were those folks who decided to cross the street just as I’d entered that intersection. 99% of the time I stop for Pedestrians (Always if they manage to actually get in front of me) but if there is room to pass and I am in or near an intersection - I as the most likely to be hit by a car assert my authority and apologize as I cut them off. I’m not going to get killed so that they can cross the street ten seconds sooner.