Things have been incredibly busy the past two years. We began renovating our home at the beginning of 2018 and are finally done. I did the majority of the work myself and it consumed virtually all of my free time – nearly every weekend and plenty of “vacation” days.
My neighbor came by one day, looked at my Goldwing parked in the garage and said “If I had a nice bike like yours, I’d be out riding it”. Ouch.
I did manage to squeeze in several trips, but never got around to adding them to my blog. Leesburg Bike Fest, a Mid-Atlantic trip with my wife that took us north to the Outer Banks and on to the Shenandoah National Park and back south on Skyline Drive and the Blue Ridge Parkway. And most recently a wonderful 4-day Blue Ridge Parkway trip with my daughter (and occasional riding partner) Courtney.
Also, I recently discovered some photos of a long weekend spent riding in the North Carolina mountains, a day trip to Darien, Georgia, and a ride north on the Natchez Trace that ended with a visit with our oldest daughter in Nashville and another daughter and son-in-law in Atlanta.
With the house project now completed, I can catch up on documenting my trips and enjoying new ones. I’ll soon be adding posts for those past trips and more (Daytona Bike Week 2020 is coming up in one week!). Look for plenty of new photos.
And I have much more planned. More about that in a future post…