The pink trumpet trees, Tijucussu Ave. bikeway (winter 27ºC/80ºF), São Caetano do Sul, SP, Brazil.
Nature and sports win.
Went bike riding, as usually, before family lunch.
9,57 km or 5,94 mi. in 28m:16s.
Average speed of 20.3 km or 12,62 mi.
Average elevation of 810.4 meters or 2,659 ft.
At Ciclovia of President Kennedy Ave. and the Cycle Route Tijucussu Ave.
Tijucussu or Tijucuçu is a word of Tupi-Guarani language. It means black clay. I love the Brazilian native language. They are so beautiful and sonorous words.
Let's talk about Brazilian winter trees and weather.
Winter is at 27ºC/80ºF
Handroanthus heptaphyllus, commonly referred to as the pink trumpet tree or pink tab, is a Bignoniaceae tree native to tropical and sup-tropical regions of South America. It grows in the high forest watershed of the Paraná River, Paraguay River and Uruguay River. It has a limited distribution, almost exclusively inhabiting low lands with wet and deep soils, where it forms part of the upper layer of tree cover.
It is the national tree of Paraguay, declared as such in the Nº4631 Act of May 10, 2012, as proposed by the School of Chemical Sciences at the National University of Asunción in celebration of the bicentennial of Paraguay's independence.
My town is:
São Caetano do Sul (or São Caetano) is a city in São Paulo state in Brazil. It is part of the Metropolitan Region of São Paulo. The population is 158,024 (2015 est.) in an area of 15.33 km². It is the city with the highest per capita income in Brazil (US$31,322.00 in 2010) and it also has the highest Human Development Index.
140 years old
Árvores do Brasil.
O ipê-rosa é uma árvore brasileira. Há vários Handroanthus conhecidos como ipê-rosa: De crescimento bem rápido em regiões livres de geadas, pode atingir até 35 m.