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Just back from the annual bike trip, where we had a fantastic time. Madison, Wisconsin lived up to its reputation as a bike-friendly city. Not only do they have an extensive network of bike paths and bike lanes, but even out on country roads the drivers are incredibly patient and respectful of cyclists.

Carolina Tailwinds remains our favorite company to travel with. Great people, great bikes, and they think of everything, so all we have to do is pedal and enjoy.

Already plotting our trip for next year. In the meantime, here's where we've been so far:

2016 Best of Madison, Carolina Tailwinds
2015 Middle-Tennessee, Carolina Tailwinds
2014 Coast of Maine (Acadia), Discovery Bike Tours
2013 *no trip*
2012 Big Sur--Monterey to Santa Barbara, California, Backroads
2011 Santa Fe/Taos, New Mexico, Bicycle Adventures
2010 Outer Banks North Carolina, Carolina Tailwinds
2009 Black Hills South Dakota, Timberline
2008 Northern Shenandoah VA, Carolina Tailwinds
2007 Crater Lake Oregon, Bicycle Adventures
2006 Canadian Rockies Alpiner, Timberline
2005 Historic Quebec, Classic Adventures
2004 Bryce/Zion Alpiner, Timberline
2003 Finger Lakes, Classic Adventures
2002 Blue Ridge NC, Carolina Tailwinds
2001 Nova Scotia, VBT
2000 Mid-coast Maine (Camden, Castine), VBT
1999 Nantucket weekend, Easy Riders
1998 Middlebury VT weekend, VBT

Trips before Stacey became my personal trainer :-)
1996 Kerry Ireland (9 day), Easy Riders
1995 Maryland Eastern Shore, VBT
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Having fun looking through the bike catalogs, picking our adventure for 2016. Hard to believe I've been doing this for 20 years. And oddly enough I'm in better shape now than I was when I started this.

Here's where I've been so far--

2015 Middle-Tennessee, Carolina Tailwinds
2014 Coast of Maine (Acadia), Discovery Bike Tours
2013 *no trip*
2012 Big Sur--Monterey to Santa Barbara, California, Backroads
2011 Santa Fe/Taos, New Mexico, Bicycle Adventures
2010 Outer Banks North Carolina, Carolina Tailwinds
2009 Black Hills South Dakota, Timberline
2008 Northern Shenandoah VA, Carolina Tailwinds
2007 Crater Lake Oregon, Bicycle Adventures
2006 Canadian Rockies Alpiner, Timberline
2005 Historic Quebec, Classic Adventures
2004 Bryce/Zion Alpiner, Timberline
2003 Finger Lakes, Classic Adventures
2002 Blue Ridge NC, Carolina Tailwinds
2001 Nova Scotia, VBT
2000 Mid-coast Maine (Camden, Castine), VBT
1999 Nantucket weekend, Easy Riders
1998 Middlebury VT weekend, VBT

Trips before Stacey became my personal trainer :-)
1996 Kerry Ireland (9 day), Easy Riders
1995 Maryland Eastern Shore, VBT
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This month was the (nearly) annual bike vacation, and our trip took us to Mount Desert Island, Maine, and Acadia National Park. We had a fabulous time, biking, hiking and even a morning spent kayaking. There's something about a bike trip that disconnects you from your daily life--your focus narrows into the day's mileage and enjoying the sights, rather than the latest horrors in the news, or controversies on social media. I did occasionally log on my tablet, but in our downtime I was much more likely to pick up a book.

I need to figure out how to do this now that I'm back in my daily life. I enjoy being able to connect with friends on social media, and follow interesting people, but at the same time it can be a tremendous time suck and source of negative energy. There has to be a better balance.

For those following along, here's the tally of bike tours so far. And yes, we're already talking about which tour we want to take next year.

2014 Coast of Maine (Acadia), Discovery Bike Tours
2013 *no trip*
2012 Big Sur--Monterey to Santa Barbara, California, Backroads
2011 Santa Fe/Taos, New Mexico, Bicycle Adventures
2010 Outer Banks North Carolina, Carolina Tailwinds
2009 Black Hills South Dakota, Timberline
2008 Northern Shenandoah VA, Carolina Tailwinds
2007 Crater Lake Oregon, Bicycle Adventures
2006 Canadian Rockies Alpiner, Timberline
2005 Historic Quebec, Classic Adventures
2004 Bryce/Zion Alpiner, Timberline
2003 Finger Lakes, Classic Adventures
2002 Blue Ridge NC, Carolina Tailwinds
2001 Nova Scotia, VBT
2000 Mid-coast Maine (Camden, Castine), VBT
1999 Nantucket weekend, Easy Riders
1998 Middlebury VT weekend, VBT

Trips before Stacey became my personal trainer :-)
1996 Kerry Ireland (9 day), Easy Riders
1995 Maryland Eastern Shore, VBT
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Went bike riding with friends this morning at 5:30 AM. It seemed like a good idea last night, but when the alarm went off this morning I had second thoughts. But it was too late to wimp out, so off we went, and had a great ride, even though it was on the chilly side. Stacey and I did about 24 miles, meeting Carolyn along the way.

Life's been busy-- trying to enjoy the weather and get miles in on the bike, getting ready for my guest instructor stint later this week at the annual Odyssey Writing Workshop, and of course the day job is crazy. We're down a couple of headcount so that makes things even more fun, as more stuff lands on my desk and nothing ever gets taken off. I keep thinking that at some point life is going to slow down, but maybe that's something that happens to other people. Still better to be busy than bored.
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Had two great rides this weekend, which seems fitting because I'm getting in shape to bike for two great causes:

In June I'll be riding a metric century in the annual Macy's Vermont Cares Champ ride to raise money for HIV/AIDS prevention, support and advocacy. Click here to sponsor me or click here to sponsor my teammate Stacey.

In July I'm riding seventy-seven miles in the Prouty to raise money for cancer treatment and research sponsor me, or sponsor my enabler Stacey.

No donation is too small, or if you can't spare cash, send good thoughts our way.
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Returning home from annual bike trip. Stacey had never been to San Francisco before, so last Saturday included walking across Golden Gate Bridge, boat cruise around the bay, Ghiradelli Square, Fisherman's Wharf, Aquarium, cablecar rides, Chinatown, and a whole lot of walking. Then we met up with bike tour at 7am on Sunday and off we went.

This was our first trip with Backroads, and we had a great time I'll post more about the trip when higher brain functions return. For those keeping score, this was our 15th trip together.

2012 Big Sur--Monterey to Santa Barbara, California, Backroads
2011 Santa Fe/Taos, New Mexico, Bicycle Adventures
2010 Outer Banks North Carolina, Carolina Tailwinds
2009 Black Hills South Dakota, Timberline
2008 Northern Shenandoah VA, Carolina Tailwinds
2007 Crater Lake Oregon, Bicycle Adventures
2006 Canadian Rockies Alpiner, Timberline
2005 Historic Quebec, Classic Adventures
2004 Bryce/Zion Alpiner, Timberline
2003 Finger Lakes, Classic Adventures
2002 Blue Ridge NC, Carolina Tailwinds
2001 Nova Scotia, VBT
2000 Mid-coast Maine (Camden, Castine), VBT
1999 Nantucket weekend, Easy Riders
1998 Middlebury VT weekend, VBT

Trips before Stacey became my personal trainer :-)
1996 Kerry Ireland (9 day), Easy Riders
1995 Maryland Eastern Shore, VBT
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Alas one of the downsides of my new abode is the lack of decent movie theaters, which means that I won't get a chance to see the Avengers movie until next weekend.

I did get out on two good bike rides this weekend. The first was with friends who live a few towns over. It was right at the edge of being too cold to be out (50's, cloudy and windy) but we managed. Yesterday I left from here, and started off on one of the marked bike routes, then detoured for a bit to add extra mileage. When I'm cycling on my own I don't like to get too far from the house, so I need a ring ride, or multiple spokes. That way, in case of malfunction, at worst case I'm never more than 10-15 miles from the house.

I'm starting to relax on the new road bike. It's by far the most comfortable and stable road bike I've ridden. I need to get some decent miles on it in the next week or so, before I bring it back to the bike shop for the one month tuneup.

Bicycle!

Apr. 13th, 2012 04:02 pm
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Squee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Took the afternoon off from work, went to the bike shop, did a test ride, and after a brief wait while they made adjustments and added accessories, I'm now the proud owner of a new road bike.

I've been riding a hybrid since 1995. It's an amazingly reliable bike that will do anything. It just doesn't do it particularly quickly, so I decided I would invest in a road bike for longer rides, or when I want to take part in a group ride where everyone else is on road bikes.

The guys at Claremont Cycle Depot were great. They took the time to talk to me about what I wanted in a road bike, and helped me find one that I would be comfortable on. After the test ride, they made adjustments to things that I didn't know could be adjusted, like making the brake handles easier for me to grip since I have small hands. Unlike other road bikes I've ridden, I felt very stable and comfortable-. The new bike is a Specialized Dolce, which has the women's specific frame. Last time I bought a bike that wasn't even an option, but it makes a difference. On men's bikes I always felt as if I had to stretch too far to reach the handlebars, or if I could reach the handlebars, the seat had to be ridiculously high up. By contrast, my Dolce feels just right.

Can't wait to get our and ride this weekend!
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Compact or triple crankset? Keep in mind that my bike maintenance skills are zero, so any time anything needs to be changed I'll be bringing it in to the bike shop.

(Yes, I'm thinking of buying my first road bike in the modern geologic era. I've been riding a hybrid since 1995.)

Riding in New Hampshire tends towards the hilly, if that makes a difference.
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There has been a distinct lack of snow since I moved to New Hampshire. I'd planned to go out cross-country skiing every weekend, and to learn how to snowshoe, but so far, not so much. Obviously there is still plenty of winter left to go, but in the meantime, Stacey and I are planning our annual bike trip.

This will be our fifteenth trip together, so we're looking for something special. Problem is that we don't want to go back to a state that we've already been to. We want to save the easy/flat terrain tours for our hip replacement years. Cost and travel time are considerations, as is the fact that our schedules mean that we can travel in either mid-August or mid-September.

Currently the top contenders are Coastal California, Ireland (Connemara & Galway) and Croatia. So I'm pretty sure we're going somewhere that starts with a "C".

Where we've been )

The trip we are not going on is the California Pub & Pedal tour, which has a fantastic itinerary planned, but we don't do well with stopping to taste beer (or wine) and then being expected to get back on the bike and put in serious miles.
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The month of September has been chaotic, to put it charitably. Just a week after floods ravaged my hometown, I headed out on the annual cycling vacation with my friend Stacey. We'd give serious thought to canceling, but the trip was non-refundable, so in the end we decided to go.

Being away and mostly out of touch for nine days was an odd experience. This year's destination was the Santa Fe & Taos area of New Mexico, an absolutely gorgeous place for bike rides, but internet and cell access were sporadic at best, so I quickly lost touch with the outside world. I could never quite shake the worry over what was happening at home--or what I would have to deal with when I came back--but despite that, we had a good time. The seven other cyclists and two guides were all great to spend time with, and we couldn't have asked for better weather.

One of the highlights of the trip was riding the Enchanted Circle, a 62 mile ride that including climbing three thousand feet up to Bobcat Pass, a whopping 9,820 feet above sea level. As someone not accustomed to those kind of altitudes, I spent most of the week feeling like I was moving in slow motion-- everything was just a bit harder and took just a bit longer than I expected. But despite my inability to do any training in the weeks just before the ride, I turned in a credible performance and earned my share of beer and ice cream treats.

We didn't get near Roswell, which explains the distinct lack of alien sightings. Though there was a road sign warning of potential cow / flyer saucer encounters, which alas I did not grab a picture of since it was on a steep downhill. Maybe next time. For now, I'm glad to be home, and digging my way out from under the piles of mail.


Patricia at Bobcat Pass (NM)
Patricia at Bobcat Pass (NM)

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On Saturday July 9th I will get up before 5AM to run the morning ledger database loads for my day job at Megacorp and then I'll throw on bike clothes and join my friend Stacey along with thousands of other riders, runners and walkers in the annual Prouty to raise money for cancer treatment and research.

I want to thank everyone who has already donated to support my ride. And if you'd like to make a donation, visit my Prouty webpage here. No amount is too small.

This event is important to me, so much so that I'm finding a way to fit in a trip to New Hampshire to take part, even though this comes at a crazy time for my day job since it's right in the middle of the 2Q close. I think what I appreciate most about the Prouty is the tremendous sense of community-- not only the thousands of people taking part in the event, but all of the volunteers who make it happen, not to mention the people along the route who put up signs supporting the riders and stand in their front yards to cheer us on. Everyone comes together on this day to say that this cause matters to them, and that's a great feeling.
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In honor of my newly tuned-up brakes I took my bike out on the extra hilly ride this weekend. I'd planned a shorter ride but blew past the turnaround point, then rode straight past the next cut off, at which time I realized that my legs had decided that it was a good day to head out to the airport, so I did.

I'm grateful to the folks at Babcock Bikes of Endicott who fixed the squealing brake problem that left me feeling like I should apologize to neighbors for waking them up during my early morning rides. Babcock's is an amazing store--they know bikes and they know their customers. I'm only in there once or twice a year, but they always recognize me (and my bike.) The mechanic remembered putting new tires on my bike last summer, and since the tires weren't significantly worn I got to explain the "wrecked ankle and spent summer in a cast rather than riding" story, which brought appropriate expressions of sympathy. And best of all, there's no bike snob attitude-- I can describe a mechanical problem as "It doesn't feel right" or "I think something bad has happened" and they'll nod their heads, take the bike away, and in a day or two call me up to say that it's fixed.

While in the store I spent some time admiring the new Treks they've got in stock. I still like my fifteen year-old Bianchi hybrid, but I'll admit that my eye does wander. When I get a new bike, it will be from Babcock, I can't imagine going anywhere else.

Local bike shops are an endangered species, so if you have a good one in your area, you should cherish it.
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It's been a hot weekend here, and we're headed for record breaking heat this week, while last week we set a record overnight low. Neither of which are ideal for training but I'm doing my best. With the cancer ride coming up, I managed a seventy minute ride Friday afternoon in between telecons, then a 2.5 hour ride on Saturday morning, and a 4 hour ride yesterday. I've given myself permission to take today off, and instead I'll try to get out one morning this week.

I do much better riding in the morning--if I try to start a ride in the afternoon I'm sluggish, and everything is just that little bit harder. For the same reason, if I'm planning an all day ride, I try not to take a long break at lunch time. I'd rather have a quick lunch and finish early for the day than a long break and have to get back on the bike after my muscles have cooled down. Fortunately my frequent riding partner Stacey feels the same way, yet another reason why we're well matched.

Saturday is a scheduled workday at MegaCorp, so for Saturday's ride I'll be getting up extra early to run database load programs, and then Stacey and I should be able to make an 8AM start, which means we'll finish up by noon.

Getting together will also give Stacey and I a chance to finalize plans for our annual bike trip. While chatting recently we were trying to remember when we started, so I dug out paperwork and picture folders and put together a timeline.

2010 Outer Banks North Carolina, Carolina Tailwinds*.
2009 Black Hills South Dakota, Timberline
2008 Northern Shenandoah VA, Carolina Tailwinds
2007 Crater Lake Oregon, Bicycle Adventures
2006 Canadian Rockies Alpiner, Timberline
2005 Historic Quebec, Classic Adventures
2004 Bryce/Zion Alpiner, Timberline
2003 Finger Lakes, Classic Adventures
2002 Blue Ridge NC, Carolina Tailwinds
2001 Nova Scotia, VBT
2000 Mid-coast Maine (Camden, Castine), VBT
1999 Nantucket weekend, Easy Riders
1998 Middlebury VT weekend, VBT
1996 Kerry Ireland (9 day), Easy Riders
1995 Maryland Eastern Shore, VBT

[livejournal.com profile] jennifer_dunne and I did the first bike trip together, which was advertised as easy/flat. Neither of us had been on a bike in years. Jennifer's knee ceased functioning by day two as an old ski injury flared up, but I was hooked. When I got home I bought a hybrid bike.

The next year I did the Ireland trip on my own. It was a great time, although I laugh now at how unprepared I was--it was sheer grit that got me over the Kerry Mountains. While I had a good time, I knew it would be more fun to take these trips with a friend. In stepped Stacey who said that she'd be willing to try a weekend tour to see if she liked it, and thus we did the iconic 3-day Vermont weekend. Repeating a familiar pattern, Stacey returned home from that trip and bought her first adult bike, and we've been taking bike trips together ever since.

*The trip we'd originally planned was canceled by the tour company due to low enrollment.
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It's been a hot weekend here, and we're headed for record breaking heat this week, while last week we set a record overnight low. Neither of which are ideal for training but I'm doing my best. With the cancer ride coming up, I managed a seventy minute ride Friday afternoon in between telecons, then a 2.5 hour ride on Saturday morning, and a 4 hour ride yesterday. I've given myself permission to take today off, and instead I'll try to get out one morning this week.

I do much better riding in the morning--if I try to start a ride in the afternoon I'm sluggish, and everything is just that little bit harder. For the same reason, if I'm planning an all day ride, I try not to take a long break at lunch time. I'd rather have a quick lunch and finish early for the day than a long break and have to get back on the bike after my muscles have cooled down. Fortunately my frequent riding partner Stacey feels the same way, yet another reason why we're well matched.

Saturday is a scheduled workday at MegaCorp, so for Saturday's ride I'll be getting up extra early to run database load programs, and then Stacey and I should be able to make an 8AM start, which means we'll finish up by noon.

Getting together will also give Stacey and I a chance to finalize plans for our annual bike trip. While chatting recently we were trying to remember when we started, so I dug out paperwork and picture folders and put together a timeline.

2010 Outer Banks North Carolina, Carolina Tailwinds*
2009 Black Hills South Dakota, Timberline
2008 Northern Shenandoah VA, Carolina Tailwinds
2007 Crater Lake Oregon, Bicycle Adventures
2006 Canadian Rockies Alpiner, Timberline
2005 Historic Quebec, Classic Adventures
2004 Bryce/Zion Alpiner, Timberline
2003 Finger Lakes, Classic Adventures
2002 Blue Ridge NC, Carolina Tailwinds
2001 Nova Scotia, VBT
2000 Mid-coast Maine (Camden, Castine), VBT
1999 Nantucket weekend, Easy Riders
1998 Middlebury VT weekend, VBT
1996 Kerry Ireland (9 day), Easy Riders
1995 Maryland Eastern Shore, VBT

jennifer_dunne and I did the first bike trip together, which was advertised as easy/flat. Neither of us had been on a bike in years. Jennifer's knee ceased functioning by day two as an old ski injury flared up, but I was hooked. When I got home I bought a hybrid bike.

The next year I did the Ireland trip on my own. It was a great time, although I laugh now at how unprepared I was--it was sheer grit that got me over the Kerry Mountains. While I had a good time, I knew it would be more fun to take these trips with a friend. In stepped Stacey who said that she'd be willing to try a weekend tour to see if she liked it, and thus we did the iconic 3-day Vermont weekend. Repeating a familiar pattern, Stacey returned home from that trip and bought her first adult bike, and we've been taking bike trips together ever since.

*The trip we'd originally planned was canceled by the tour company due to low enrollment.
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Yesterday I biked 15 miles. Today I managed 30. I had been planning a shorter ride to avoid the mess of the BC Open but when I got on the bike this morning I decided "Screw it, I'm going to do my favorite thirty mile route, and if the traffic is bad I'll just deal with it."

The Open traffic was only slightly annoying and it turned out to be a great ride. Fifteen miles out to Hickories Park, a quick stop for water and a snack bar, and fifteen miles home, with a few steep hills tossed in the mix to keep me honest. I'm not particularly fast but I get the job done.

Then it was off to the Cybercafe for lunch (including trying a new IPA) and a little research for the WIP. I'm researching a real place, then changing the name and moving it one county over, so I can fudge the details that I need to make my story work. If only my powers to rearrange reality extended beyond the borders of my stories....

On second thought, maybe not. There's no telling what I'd think was a good idea, and I'm sure many of you are attached to the reality that we already have. But if, perchance, you find yourself startled to discover that robot armies have taken over city hall, or that your TV channel lineup now includes a Sci-Fi pretty boys channel featuring all our favorites, feel free to send thanks my way.
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This year I'll once again be riding in the annual Prouty Bike Ride to raise money for cancer treatment and research. It's a cause that I'm proud to support.

If you'd like to join with me in the fight against cancer, please consider sponsoring me with your tax deductible* donation. No amount is too small-- every dollar helps the cause.

Go to the website here to donate online or to print off a form to mail in your donation.

Then think of me on Saturday July 10th as I'm biking 50 miles (rain, shine, or plagues of locusts) while I'll be thinking of you and of all the folks that you're helping.

*Deductions are deductible to the limit allowed by the law, for non-US residents please check applicability.
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Had a great time yesterday at the Prouty Cancer Ride/Walk. Stacey and I got an earlyish start, beginning the route at 7:45 AM and finishing up our 50 mile ride exactly four hours later. Thanks to everyone who supported me and helped raise money for this great cause.

The most amazing rider we saw was a cancer survivor with only one leg (the other had been removed at the hip), who was also riding the fifty mile course. He passed us on the road, then we caught up with him at a rest stop, and he then passed us again. From the moment we saw him, Stacey and I instituted a "no complaining" rule--how could we complain when we had two functioning legs?

Getting an early start proved wise as by the time we got back it was in the 80s, and the folks who were only just now starting were in for a hot ride.

It was a great day--they hit their max limit of 3,200 bikers, plus all the walkers and volunteers. And all along the route, people were there to cheer us on--one family had made a homemade banner that said "Thanks for riding!" and sat out in lawn chairs calling "Thank You!" as we passed by.

Returning home we cleaned up and then went out to a brewpub for a late lunch & beers. All was well until...

...I woke up this morning, and realized that I'd done something to the muscles in my back. Getting out of bed was an exercise in pain and logistics, and as I hobbled into the kitchen for coffee I knew I'd done something bad. The muscles spasms settled after Motrin and some moving around--best guess is that I'd strained some muscles lifting my bike on and off the bike rack on Stacey's car. (I normally put my bike in the back of my SUV, so I'm not used to lifting it up over shoulder height, and it's a heavy hybrid not a lightweight road bike.)

As of now I'm moving okay if carefully, and have once again vowed to work on upper body strength and abs, not just biking and aerobics. We'll see how long that resolution holds. But hopefully I'll be good enough to drive home-- it's about a 6 hour drive. If I get stuck, plan B is to crash with [livejournal.com profile] jennifer_dunne's parents in Troy, which is roughly halfway.

Or I can just hang out in New Hampshire for another day or two, and continue to spoil the puppy.
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On Saturday, July 11th I'll be in taking part in the annual Prouty Cancer ride to raise money for cancer treatment & research. Stacey and I will be biking the 50 mile course, which takes us over hill and dale in New Hampshire and Vermont. It's the same route as last year which means it's a challenging ride, but there will be supporters along the roadsides cheering us on. Last year they had over 3,000 cyclists descend upon Hanover for the event, not to mention the walkers, volunteers, and all those who came to show their support--the energy was simply amazing.

Click here to learn more about the event, or to sponsor me. Donations of all sizes are welcome, even small amounts add up quickly!
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To make Patricia stop, while pedaling up hill. Yes, one of the highlights of my trip was spotting a black bear. At first I didn't know what I was seeing as he climbed over a low stone wall, and then as he stretched I thought "Bear!"

Per bicycling protocol I stopped my bike to avoid getting any closer and watched as he crossed the road, disappearing into the woods on the other side. He didn't pay me any attention, but I still waited a couple of minutes to make sure that he didn't have any friends around. When Stacey caught up and saw I was stopped on a steep climb (always a bad sign) she asked "Is anything wrong?"

"Bear!" I informed her. Then I stood on the pedals and managed to get my bike moving again, so we were together as we passed the spot where I had seen him, but there were no further bear sightings.

This year's bike trip was in the Shenandoah valley of Virginia, where we started off biking in horse country and then climbed into the mountains, including biking Skyline Drive. We had a great time--out of all the bike tour companies that we've traveled with, Carolina Tailwinds is our favorite. Greg and Anne think of everything. The routes are well-planned, we stay at great places, and there's an abundant supply of great food (including two lunches on a strenuous travel day). Greg and Anne are both the tour guides and owners of the company, and their dedication to making sure their guests have a good time shows through.

More bike stuff here )

Now, I'm back home with piles of laundry to do and a busy week at work ahead of me. Fun!

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