Last weekend, we were able to spend time with friends before we depart on our three-month long hiatus from New England. Continue reading The Best Friends That Anybody Could Have
This past weekend, Aunt Bonnie helped me do some training for the trip at her house in Amherst, MA. We started off the day with two breakfasts, since biking takes plenty of energy. We had one at her house, and then one at The Lone Wolf:
Yes, I finished that chocolate chip pancake, huevos rancheros, orange juice, and chai latte.
Continue reading A Sunny Weekend in Amherst
Last night we had an Easter’s Eve family gathering at my parents house, which my mom was cooking for. Early in the day she said she would take the dogs for a walk, but I could see by noon that she was running out of time Continue reading The night before Easter…
Many thanks to Sam, the other middle child, for lending us his hardtail and his cool new full suspension bike. It even had a dropper seatpost, just like a desk chair! I had not seen one of them before.
Continue reading Bozeman Part IV: The Bridger Foothills
- So warm and dry for March
- We forgot bear spray and didn’t see any bears (phew!)
- We got Chippy McChipMunk to eat out of my hand (even though he rejected the nut after he took it, putting it down and scrambling away)
- So. Many. Ticks! Thank goodness we didn’t contract Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.
Scenes from the hike:
Real women wear backwards fanny packs:
Continue reading Bozeman Part III: Storm Castle