It was somewhat foggy on Saturday, and the forecast's notion that this would burn off by mid-morning turned out not to be the case; it was gloomy and atmospheric at True North. (That's a stonking great crow, not a raven, but you would have had to have been there to hear it calling to be sure of that from this picture.)
The Experiment, down to a frame and delivered for a combination of fork upgrades to allow SON SL dynohubs to work and re-painting. (Re-painting being about the only way to get the car scuff from last May off it.) I continue to be astonished by how much the frame doesn't weigh, all by itself like that.
The front platform rack for the town bike. I'm referring to this bike as the rickshaw, since much of the goal in having it is to be able to take Aoife for bike rides. (She appears to really like this, and it makes her much less determined to bolt outside, which I consider a net win. Cats smart enough to figure out you can't reach through parked cars and to sit there contentedly while you try to entice them out with treats can be very bad for getting to work on time.)
So I'll need to make a deck and a lid for the rack; the deck should be pretty easy, and the lid may well be lamentably like a challenge.
Complete pictures forthcoming when I've got some.