We are currently back at Rend Lake, more specifically Wayne Fitzgerald State Park. We have come here for the past several years at the end of our trips and have always enjoyed its immense peace and beauty. This year we are here early and plan on staying as long as we possibly can. Our goal… Continue reading Scenes from Rend Lake
Finally figured it out. It was time for a change. I have changed the name of our site domain. Although 2bikes1boat.com served us well for many years, it’s just not as relevant anymore. Yes, we still have 2 bikes, however, we just don’t get to use them as often as we used to. We do… Continue reading Time for a Change
I realized the other day that I haven’t posted in quite some time. Well spring break and summer are just around the corner and The Traveling Wilbury’s (that’s us) will be hitting the road again. Gone is the sailboat. Drop, drop, tears hit the floor. However, never fear we have our land yacht and a… Continue reading End of the Year? Oh My!
First of all, I am way behind on posting. On May 17th we took off to the Dunellen Trail. This was a nice, but short (about 2.5 miles) ride; worth the trip. I took some great pictures and this is what I wanted to share today. What better subjects than what we see on our… Continue reading Dunnellon Trail
Since my surgery and the cold weather we haven’t gotten to do a lot biking. But a break in the chill creates a brief opportunity to visit the Greenway. Jim gave Kaelin the go ahead to be the leader today. And of course where does he head us – the playground. The best part of… Continue reading Yay another .5 mile!
Just taking a break, Mom! 2 miles / post surgery / very sore but so glad I did it.
Some changes are in the making. First, Jim is going to sell Hot Dot. However, never fear, sailing is still in our future. (I’m so relieved, I do truly love it.) He has suggested we buy a smaller sailboat, one we can take out more frequently. His thoughts are we could go day sailing at… Continue reading Change is in the Air
Kaelin getting to ride on a sunny day. So yes, I’m finally playing with the blog site again! New camera, new chances for blog material.
A warm breeze, sea oats rustling in the wind and sounds from the beach greet us this morning. It is a lovely, sunny Father’s Day. Jim is spending it lazing away, just the way it should be. We spent the morning drinking coffee and eating my famous Crescent cinnamon rolls (Jim’s favorite.) Outside of… Continue reading Happy Father’s Day from Curry Hammock State Park