Anyone who has been here from the beginning knows that I do big rides every year. These are always century rides or more and I end up training for them all year. Michelle is my support crew. She makes sure I have healthy snacks, helps make sure I train, travels with me to the far away rides and does the drop off and/or pick up at the beginning/end as needed.
My rides are MUCH easier and more successful with her help. Today, I got to return the favor for once (I still owe her lots!)… Continue reading “Today I was the support crew”
I know this may be shocking to y’all, but sometimes, and I know it is probably rare, a Facebook post gets misinterpreted by some. I know, I can hear the collective “GASP” and a loud “Ta HELL you say!!” but yes it is true. It happened to me yesterday when I posted.
Ok y’all. Know that feeling you had today, watching the match, USA team dodging bullet after bullet, all along thinking they could pull it off, knowing it was possible until the very end? That is almost as magical as the feeling you get as a COUG!
I thought I would take this opportunity to explain how this is so.. Continue reading “Now you can almost understand the COUG magic!”
Folks I am not, by nature a sitter. Many people have thought I was very strange to take a week’s vacation and cycle the Oregon coast. Or take another week and spend it on a glacier in Denali National Park refining my mountaineering skills.
Even when Michelle and I went to Boston and to Key West, we spent much of the vacation walking all over the place. I like to see stuff, do things, and fit as much into a vacation as I can. Michelle says I just don’t relax well.
I can sit for hours and read. To me that is doing something, but I have never been a sit on a beach kind of guy.
For the same reasons, I like things that get the adrenalin pumping. So years ago, when Dave emailed me and asked if I wanted to do something we had never done before, I was ALL over it! Continue reading “Now THAT Sounds like Fun!”
Today I am doing something I never do. I am turning over my daily blog to help my buddy Jim Devitt on his new and very important endeavor. I am copying and pasting the post from his blog The Card.
For the record I donated to this Crowd fund project for two reasons:
- I have complete faith in Jim. In the 30 years I have known him he has never steered me wrong, and has always been there when I needed him. He has very high standards. I trust the man completely! If he is willing to sign his name to it, it’s a good cause!
- After reading through it, its one helluva good idea!
But y’all don’t know Jim. So take my word for it, and read what he has. Make your own decisions, but I will, without reservation, vouch for the character and integrity of the man who has written this post!
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
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