This is something Michelle hears from me time and time again. We will be watching TV, or see someone when we are at dinner, or mention someone from work. And when I hear is is close to our age or younger, I do a double take… He’s our age???
Now for those who do not know, I hit the big double Nickel this year. Yep 55. I am a bit up there.
But, not to beep my own horn, the further I get, the more I am learning there is a HUGE difference between people the same age. Not all 55 year olds are build alike. Continue reading “He’s our age???”
Folks, there truly are such things as first world problems. You know the ones: Internet is down so you can’t read my blog posts (which I am sure is your favorite!). The Starbucks App won’t pre-order so you actually have to stand in line, or the iPad dies just as you get to the best part of a book on the Kindle app…
For 2017, my recurring 1st world problem as revolved around the GoPro… Continue reading “The GoPro and 2017”
My apologies for the PG-13 language throughout this post,
As we know, I am cold and callous. No really, its true. Ask anyone I know they will tell you. I will out and out lie to get out of a work social gathering. Once, in Portland, I told a Co-worker Pam I was meeting up with the friend so I couldn’t do dinner with a group from the office. I had a subway sandwich and watched Netflix. It was a great night.
I told her when we got back to Seattle and received an excellent stare of death in return (She does it well!) She make sure to MAKE me go the next time. (She got even too, it was a bigger group and had mucky mucks with them! I had to be on good behavior!!)
I tell you this because it spills over to my cycling. I ride alone. Even on the Seattle to Portland with 10,000 of my best friends, I ride it solo. I chat with people in passing, or at food stops, but otherwise it is just the bike and I. In the last post I wrote about the Last DST ride, but I didn’t mention the conversation I had at the very end…. Continue reading “Epic Shit Could Happen!”
OK I admit it, I am still a kid with a new toy. I am liking the GoPro a lot, and learning how to use it well (or at least better). I am also working on the editing piece; pulling out the cool parts, while not making it so long it is boring! I’ve shared the following highlights with my Facebook group, but thought I would do the same with yall! Let me know what you think… Continue reading “Some quick highlights of the Century ride”
Saturday was April 2nd. Six years ago that day was one helluva stormy night. It was a Friday, and our friends and family braved the weather to watch a lovely bride get hitched to kind of a dweeby looking groom
It was honestly one of the few weddings I very much enjoyed!
Now 6 years later, it had to be celebrated as only we could… Continue reading “The 6th anniversary weekend”
Yep, as I mentioned in the last post, I have joined the GoPro generation! Saturday would have been the prime day to test it out. It was 64, sunny, no wind, mountains were out and it was the perfect day to ride!
However, 3 things kept this from happening…. Continue reading “The Go pro test..”