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Whiskey and Hills

Before we get into stuff about cycling, there is something of utmost importance that needs addressing.

The whiskey situation in my cabinet is dire.

No self-respecting whiskey lover can call this a whiskey collection. 1,701 more words


Jefre Cantu-Ledesma - A Year With 13 Moons

There are times in our lives when we don’t know where we’re headed. We’re in a state of movement, change, transition; things are unclear and hazy, and it can bring about a sense of unease for the unknown future. 641 more words


Weekend Roundup!

I know it’s technically Monday but since today was a holiday I will still consider this a “weekend” roundup. The weather here in San Francisco was absolutely perfect and I didn’t hesitate to let me family back in Ohio know about it with a weekend weather forecast screenshot.  417 more words

San Francisco

Sunday in San Francisco: Fort Mason Farmer's Market and a Drive through the Marin Headlands

You will find me at the farmer’s market. Rain or shine, however many days of the week that it is open, I will be there. I will likely be chatting with both the buyer and the seller, enjoying the ‘back to basics’ attitude that everyone adopts when faced with local, seasonal produce and a farmer’s incomparable knowledge and genuine passion. 1,162 more words


A Sunny Rainy Saturday Morning

A wet dog never smells good. It’s not their fault. Rainwater releases the musty odor from bacteria that lives on their skin. The larger the dog, the more alive your nose feels, or maybe it’s just dying a little faster than normal. 259 more words


Unconditional Love

What’s wonderful about dogs is that they are truly a (wo)man’s best friend. They don’t ask for much, but in return, give so much more than we could ever fathom. 399 more words


Follow the Leader

I am often asked when Taylor and I are walking, “who is walking who?” usually accompanied by a smile or a laugh. The question, while for the most part when asked has no ill intentions, annoys me. 343 more words