Posts tagged "adventure"
World Oceans Day: How I Do Love Oceans!

World Oceans Day: How I Do Love Oceans!

How I do love the ocean!  World Oceans Day seemed a perfect time to remember and appreciate my deep, early, nourishing, ongoing, and rich love and experiences of the ocean.  One of my most precious memories is when, as a very young kiddo, my dad took me “out past the breakers,” the white breaking part of...
Tennessee Tales

Tennessee Tales

This bit of philosophy from Snoopy was seen in a bike shop restroom! The last two days have been cold and wet.  Since we only have three cycling days to go we decided to sit one out, since tomorrow, Tuesday is supposed to be sunny and a pleasant temperature.  We’ve already missed some beautiful scenery...
Abingdon: Filling in the gaps

Abingdon: Filling in the gaps

While Mike does some research on the computer next to me at the Abingdon Public Library, a fine old building in the historical section of town, I will fill in some of the gaps about our ride from Harrisonburg, in the heart of the Shenandoah, to here, the westernmost section of Virginia, close to the...
Down west in Virginia, approaching Tennessee

Down west in Virginia, approaching Tennessee

We thought tonight’s campsite would be close to Marion, VA where there is a library, (that’s where we are now), but turns out the campsite is 6 miles down the road and there’s a stiff headwind, so we only have a few minutes here.  But better a short update that none.  I had so much...
From the Shenandoah with love

From the Shenandoah with love

What a ride it’s been since I last wrote!  From Jim Thorpe, in central Pennsylvania, we proceeded south-west, with stops in Pine Grove, Mount Joy and Hanover, PA, then crossed into Maryland where we stayed in lovely, historic Frederick.  The very next day we went into Virginia, then West Virginia, crossing the Potomac River, the “Blue Ridge,”...