Well… as many of you know, my trip up the East Coast this year was cancelled due to family illness. Things are better now and with much encouragement I have decided to ride the Southern Tier again. I have spent the past few months in my art studio
and now am trying to decide whether I will write stories this year or send out watercolor paintings from the passage through the Southwest, Texas and the Deep South.
Just 8 weeks from now I will be in San Diego staring East 3070 miles to Florida wondering if yet again I have lost my mind.
Continue reading “Ressurrection”
Departure Minus 10 weeks.
Gulliver certainly developed a perspective on life…
Could we all be so lucky in our travels.
Continue reading “Flossie is Starstruck”
Tonight is Christmas Eve and it seems only fitting that…from my perch, standing small and all alone… but proud…
I Wish You All Well
Continue reading “Christmas Eve”
I have been back home now for about a week. I did not know how exhausted my body and mind were until I realized I have slept 12-14 hours a day since getting off the plane.
Continue reading “Final Thoughts”
4295 miles is a long way…
Continue reading “Day 69 Seattle”
Sometimes the most wonderful thing in the world is to play kickball…
Continue reading “Day 68 Kickball”
Over the years I have been described by other people in a myriad of ways, some complimentary, some not. That’s life…
But anyone who truly knows me realizes at my core is a need to get things done right…with much persistence. Perhaps my greatest fault is expecting the same from other people.
Continue reading “Day 67 One Of the Kids”
Today’s ride is brand new for me.
Continue reading “Day 66 A Thin Place”
There are two main components to this ride, physical and mental. Training for months can build muscles,
hone reflexes and prepare the heart and lungs.
Mental preparation is much more difficult.
Continue reading “Day 65 Loup Loup Pass Second Time Around”