Saturday, October 30, 2010

Halloween Bike Candy

How many licks does it take to get to the chocolate center of a Tootsie Pop?
Bob is nostalgic for candy from his childhood so this Halloween night we'll be handing out Tootsie Pops at our door.  We had left over Chicken Chau Chau from Himilayan Grill in his pannier so we put the box of Tootsie Pops on his rear bike rack and secured it with a handy bungie cord.  As you can see, the bright yellow box provides some extra visibility for his bike for our night ride home.  Safety first!

I had to stop by Barnes and Noble to pick up a book.  Our B & N doesn't have the best bike rack in the world so Bob stayed outside guarding our bikes.  I stopped by the cafe first and order a chai latte for him to better brave the chill.  He seemed to manage just fine.


m e l i g r o s a said...

coffee bikes and candy - winwin situation!!
happy halloween :D

andieclark said...

I like the idea of Halloween bikes and the way you give candies to kids. Just remind them always to brush their teeth well after eating too much sweets so they won't complain of toothaches to the dentist in Los Angeles.