What can I say? Bicycle Race is a classic like no other, it has to be played.
Riding the “Lowlands” of Galbraith is not something I routinely do, but Saturday’s ride on trails like Hopscotch, Bunny Trail, Art’s Trail, Mole Trap, Dog Patch had a purpose beyond just exercise and pedaling fun. It’s purpose was to take a swing at breaking my teen son out of the teen fun he’s been in lately. If you’re a parent…Continue Reading
I’ve made it a habit to do a lot of research regarding candidates and issues before I vote, but occasionally I didn’t have time to look at everything and everyone, so I would defer to the judgment of a political party to fill in the blanks. However, I see more and more how both major political parties are caring more…Continue Reading
Daily, I read news regarding Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination as a Supreme Court justice and I find all of it to be nothing more than a sad bit of finger pointing, rather than a constructive vetting process. Congress and seemingly everyone else, is too busy using his nomination process to divide and demonize each other leaving no one to seriously look at Kavanaugh the…Continue Reading
I once wrote a post about “riding while fat” because to one degree or another I’ve allowed myself to be too heavy for at least the last 20+ years of my life while all the time, still enjoying getting out on a bike. Even fat, exercising kept the devil at bay for awhile. Eventually though, as I have gotten…Continue Reading
Seems more important than a “pet peeve”, but this has always been a pet peeve of mine. Protesting is great, so are mailers, letters to the editors, banners, Facebook posts, Tweets, memes, etc… The whole idea of a protest, whatever it’s form, is to call attention to an issue. Respect for its authority, compliance with its laws, acquiescence in its…Continue Reading