On July 3, I doodled a dragonfly chillin’ in the summertime heat.
It was one of two dragonfly routes I’d designed. The other one – today’s GPS doodle – isn’t quite as elegant. Still, I felt it was worthy of riding and posting here at GPSdoodles.com.
Total distance cycled to create this GPS dragonfly was around 70 kilometres – 60.1 with my Garmin tracking and another 10 or so for a few sections that required “dot connecting” (most notably, the rear lower edge of the wing and the uppermost segment of the rear leg and the front leg).
* Note: The GPS points will render correctly only if you are logged in at Strava.com