Today I am thankful for Bike the US for MS. My friend Liz is the one responsible for introducing me to this wonderful organization. I rode the Bike MS: Waves to Wine ride in San Francisco in 2014 and 2015 and Liz was the organizer for this ride. A champion fighter for MS research and… Continue reading #planksgiving day seven (Bike the US for MS)
Well, I’ve been home now for a few days and while my sleep schedule isn’t quite back to normal yet, I am ready to write a few words about my experience before I head out on another adventure (this time WITH Toby!) later today. It’s been a whirlwind July and I’ve not quite wrapped my… Continue reading Thank you, Italy!
… if you never ask. People are generally pretty cool, at least the people I’ve come across in life. Doesn’t matter what they’ve achieved, how popular they are, what their rank is, they are still just the same as you and me. Last year, when I was getting ready to fly to VA to ride… Continue reading The answer is always no …
Well, I guess this is why this is called an adventure. Tomorrow I fly home, hopefully with my bike Kip. A couple of things happened today. First, when I messaged the bike shop in Naples that was going to provide a box for me, they replied that they had no boxes but they would see… Continue reading NO CLUE
So I’m not technically in Sorrento yet. My hotel is a B&B and is in Vico Equense, which is along the Sorrento coast. It’s so beautiful here! The ride in was very pleasant but the roads got narrower and the traffic more hectic. Slow and steady was the key. I’m not sure how I… Continue reading The road to Sorrento
Tonight I am in Caiazzo, Italy. After last night’s non-adventure in a tiny country village, this is a real treat: a city with stores and restaurants and people!! I arrived at 1pm, realizing that I told the owners of the apartment that I’d arrive at 3pm. So, I changed in the alley into some appropriate… Continue reading Caiazzo!!
Well, I’m back on the road as I make my way over to the West Coast of Italy. I’ll have a down day in Sorrento before hopping on a plane back to the real world. This whole experience has been amazing. It’s the perfect balance of solo travel and spending time with family. What I… Continue reading Small Town, Italy