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When I first started riding, oh so many years ago, I didn’t have set places to ride. I had books that gave me routes (and I have done a lot of them) but that didn’t help around the house. 948 more words


Trip Report: One week in spring in Washington D.C.

I keep postponing this review of my trip to Washington D.C., really for a couple of reasons. First of all, life got in the way. While I was in D.C., I sold my condo and had to quickly plan a move upon my return (I still don’t have a full complement of furniture at my new place!). 2,669 more words


When Your Dream May Not Be Your Dream Anymore

This is me:

This is my adorkable husband and our two annoying, but loving, dogs.

I’m twenty-nine years old and I’ll let you in on a little secret: I don’t know what I’m doing with my life. 515 more words

Disabled Adult

Hikes,hot springs and a tad for traveling heavy..

Travel light he says, it’s a hike, most you’ll need is water, and he being a photographer felt it ideal to hold his camera. That wasn’t going to be easy for me, knowing I’m the girl who never travels light even when she really wants to. 930 more words


D-Day / Jour J Exploring in Normandy

After a lovely morning in Mont-Saint-Michel, we got back in our car and headed north, where we’d celebrate Easter Sunday touring the D-Day (Jour-J) beaches and cemeteries. 949 more words


Mount Hood Meadows by Stephen Buhrmann

Mount Hood Meadows by Stephen Buhrmann –

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Just 200 of my closest friends...

Every spring, Steve and I go to the Alabama Historical Association’s annual meeting. It’s a Thursday-Saturday event and I look forward to going every year. The… 352 more words