Recently I found myself restless. Not physically as May was a great month for the bike and June has been ok, but in my reading. I have long enjoyed books about adventuring, be it river, mountain or bike. The last book was from Joe Kurmaskie, A Guide to Falling Down in Public (Reviewed here) over a month ago. It was time to find a new one.
After a couple of days searching Amazon, I found Paul Stutzman’s Biking Across America: My Coast to Coast Adventure and the People I Met. I REALLY need to read the book descriptions better…. Continue reading “Book Review: Biking Across America by Paul Stutzman”
Folks, I am not sure if I have ever put a warning label on post before. This time I think I will. What I will post here is not meant to offend anyone. I have many many friends who have incredible faith. Though I can never understand how they have that, I would never ever try to take it away from them.
We can all believe what want, which is one of the things I love about where we live.
However, while watching 2012 with John Cusack (A GREAT disaster flick!) I had an epiphany, about life, beliefs and people. So, meaning no disrespect, here’s what went through my head during and after my 20 mile roller workout at the movies! Church goers may not like it, so feel free to skip this post, I won’t be offended at all if you do. Continue reading “John Cusack brings about an epiphany”