With only a week to go before driving west towards the start of our summer on the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route, we hit pause on packing up our apartment and set sail for Burlington, VT. We chose Burlington primarily because Charity, Casey, and Julie were running the Vermont City Marathon, but also because we had set aside time to test ourselves and our gear on a last-minute shakeout tour. The route we rode is known as the Green Mountain Gravel Growler, and is composed of 250 miles of Vermont dirt roads and singletrack-goodness. We only had 3 days for the ride, so we planned to ride a 100 mile sub-loop.
Granny is one hip gal! She has many friends, she uses Uber, and she always has an activity planned! We have gone to the driving range almost every day with her goal of making me a golfer, and I have now played a round of golf (well, almost)!
My time here so far has been great fun! I’ve gotten lots of time with family and friends. I went on a few bike rides, including biking with my dad to work.
#InTheNicolaiOfTime was Kendra and Brint’s hashtag.
Though I became the pseudo wedding coordinator this past weekend, I still had a great time catching up with family. Continue reading In the Nicolai of Time