Ok people, there aint no one who can say stuff is getting real. REI closed, baseball delayed, bars and resturaunts told to shut down, no wine tastings allowed, and lord knows finding a damn roll of toilet paper is like looking for the holy grail
This post is not to make light of what people are going through, pure and simple, it’s scary! Plus, most of the people Michelle and I have come to care for down here are in the service industry. It is going to be damn hard on them!
We are all going through stressful times though. We are being told to practice social distancing. Making sure there is a 6 foot buffer around us. Some people are taking this to mean “Stay home and hide!”
My gorgeous wife and I think differently…. Continue reading “Social distancing Oregon Coast Cyclist style”
Sometimes, not often, but sometimes, the gods smile on us. Not just the weather gods, or just the cycling gods. not even just the mountain gods. I mean ALL the gods, little to small, smile down on you. We have just experienced this, and are very happy.
We let the most important people know already, my mom, the Mathmajor and the Manchild, and our closest friends in real life and the blog world. Now its time to let the rest of the world know. there has been a big change in Mountainstrohville… Continue reading “The Ocean She Calls!”
Somewhere in the last couple of years I ended up as a member of a bike page on Facebook. Its fun for quite a few reasons.
- I get to see photos and videos from cyclists all over the country and the world.
- I can share my photos with people who love riding the bike as much as I do.
- I learn a lot about cycling, types of bikes, and equipment
- I’ve given and gotten advice about different rides and routes
- I’ve met some fun people!
That being said, I am amazed (and I know I shouldn’t) about those who get all uppity with people… Continue reading “All miles are good miles”
I had to laugh today, I read a Tweet that contained a link to a 19th century health warning aimed at women who ride bikes. Women were warned about potentially contracting Bicycle Face if they started riding. Some say it was a way to try to prevent women from experiencing the freedom of two wheels, but maybe they were on to something afterall! Looking at some of my photos maybe there IS a bicycle face syndrome!: Continue reading “Beware of bicycle face!”