There’s a lot to be said for that little saying…….Having said that, I’ve been fixing sh*t all day!
My fiirst full day in Sapphire, NC was wet and cold. I got in the car with my friend and went to work with here, my bike in the trunk of the car. It was cold and wet that afternoon as I rode back to her house. When she passed me and told me to get in the car, I had no objection. And then…….
I got my Tarzan pants yesterday. I earned them through a course swinging through the trees. Without a care in the world and a Friday to burn, I spent the day with a group of guys and girls that enjoy the outdoors as much as I do. Even if you don’t live in Fayetteville, you need to book a trip there to visit ZipQuest and earn your tanned-hide, tree-swinging license, too.
This past weekend, I finished most of the work on the website. After my brother picked up my bike for me in Charlotte, I decided the photo he sent over would make a good beginning to the blog.
One of the responses I got pertained to the route I was planning to take (Cheers, Bill Gregory). My response was that I was using social media to guide me. Good theory, but if people don’t know where I am starting and heading towards, there’s a huge void that is missing. In response…