Mountain bike trail ride
On our visit to Sedona, we didn’t have a whole lot of time to do as many hikes as we had hoped, however this was the one hike that we thought would be a must. We had read that you must get up early and get out on the trail before it starts getting tooContinue reading “Devil’s Bridge Hike in Sedona”
We wanted to take advantage of our trip out west as much as we could, so we took the 3.5 hour drive east from Lake Havasu City to Sedona. As you near Sedona from Flagstaff, you drive scenic State Route 89A into the Sedona area. The views are absolutely stunning and your stomach may feelContinue reading “Sedona Trip”
For many Covid and 2020 will forever be intertwined with a negative connotation associated with them. I however will share and remember a different experience from 2020. For me 2020 has been a great opportunity to travel and explore without the crowds and seeing things in a more natural & pristine beauty. Yes there areContinue reading “2020 a year to remember”
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We have had a long cold streak with temperatures below freezing for the last two weeks here in the Midwest. This doesn’t sound great for most people, unless you enjoy outdoor winter activities such as cross country skiing. We blazed some cross country tracks on the local cross country course and packed it in withContinue reading “Cross Country Skiing in a Winter Wonderland”
Every year in the spring, I like to go on a trail ride when the local Redbud Trees are starting to bloom. This year, the ride did not disappoint!!!
Want to go on a long ride to my favorite covered bridge and ended up over 60 miles round trip. It was as cold and damp as it was long.
In January of 2020, a couple of my local cycling buddies and a decided we wanted to get into better shape during the winter months here in Ohio. We wanted to explore the virtual world of cycling. We ended up purchasing “Smart Trainers” and monthly Zwift memberships to see if Zwift was as engaging asContinue reading “My Zwift Experience and the Pandemic”