No I’m not talking about cosmetics, so don’t go freaking out on me and thinking that I got all girly on y’all. Actually I’m talking about making up or maybe a better way to put it would be catching up on my route rides. When I first decided that I was going to start this … Continue reading Make Up Miles
I know it should be like the song, ‘Take the last train to Clarksville’ but it isn’t so we’ll just go from there. So you’re probably thinking…Brackettville? Wait a minute I thought you said that you were riding to a certain city in California? Well I am but in doing some checking, I found that … Continue reading Take The Last Train To Brackettville?
Just like the title suggests; and then there was rain, more rain and even more rain. When I did my Junction ride it was March 29th and it continued to rain and rain and rain almost during the entire month of April. But during that time I went around and started thinking about things to … Continue reading And Then There Was Rain
No this is not School House Rock, but whenever I used to drive through the city of Junction, TX, that is what would always pop into my mind. So now on the third leg of my ride I’m starting at a gas station on the outskirts of Junction, TX. I’m going to have to do … Continue reading Conjunction Junction
Well now I scouted out my route which was basically staying along the I-10 corridor, when we last left Serenity, her journey had taken her in the middle of downtown Boerne, TX. Although I should have started in Boerne, I didn’t start there. Instead I drove in my truck a little bit further to the … Continue reading Big Push
Okay so I’ve worked out most of my problems while riding but there is always room for improvement and I’m striving to improve my ride and my comfort. Let me first say that I still have one problem and that is still in the stage of fixing, just so you know it isn’t anything involving … Continue reading Riding Time Is Here
Okay in my last post I mentioned that I was experiencing some problems when I rode an old route. Yes it was good that I got 31 miles under my belt because the distance I rode then takes me outside of the city and out on the open road. As you may remember though, I … Continue reading Working On Problems