In case you missed it, here’s some pictures and a few notes from our Fayetteville Little Free Library Bike Tour! We had so much fun toting the books all in our little bike trailer!
Talya’s Little Free Library (Washington St.)
Talya is a member of a blogger group that meets in my area. She also just published her first novel. Her library is especially neat because it has a seed exchange drawer in it! (There also might be a geocache hidden in/around it!) It’s multipurpose and super cute. We just had to stop by this one first!
Alison’s Little Free Library (Sutton St.)
I met Alison working at the Fayetteville Public Library where she is a super page extraordinaire. She also has a super cute library in her own front yard that just had to be on our list.
Arsaga’s Depot Little Free Library (Frisco Trail)
This library has been the drop off point for all of my donations prior to this tour and is something I peek at from my bike on my commute to work and back. It’s sponsored by Adventure Subaru, which is why it’s made out of car bits.
Little Free Library by the Library (Frisco Trail)
We weren’t able to find this library! Someone more enlightened about it’s location, help me out. Where exactly is it?
Pequeña Biblioteca (S. School Ave.)
I stumbled on this beautiful Little Free Library one afternoon when this tour was just a little idea I was having and knew it had to be on the tour. It was designed and built by Matthew Turner and Esteban Ayala in association with Harrison French & Associates, and is sponsored by Dick and Margaret Rutherford. Despite it’s name, it actually had TONS of room in it, so we dropped off the biggest chunk of our books in it.
Plot Twist (Walker Park Trail)
Books Rock (Lake Fayetteville Trail)
The unique structure at the Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks was designed and built by Stuart Fulbright and is sponsored by Northside Rotary Club and Downtown Fayetteville Rotary Club. Unfortunately, we cut that stop from the ride because our trailer hitch hadn’t come in time and the trailer was sort of jimmied on the bike.
Thanks all for cheering this project along on the blog, facebook, twitter, and instagram. It was a blast (a sweaty, exhausting blast).