@bob1623 this is awesome! How nice it is that you all get together for this. A nice photo to add to the memories.
@Andia Yes it is. And I will have another one tomorrow.
@bob1623 have a great ride! Looking forward to hearing about it.
@Andia Thanks. We had an orientation meeting tonight to meet everyone, old and new riders and the SAG crew. It was great to see everyone again and meet some new people.
Everyone is super excited about getting on the road.
I'll post some details when I return.
@Andia It's the beer. I have found this delicious beverage causes a lot more weight gain than you would think. Plus, if you are drinking craft beers, there are more calories.
Still, enjoy! Remember what Ben Franklin said, "Beer is proof the God loves us." (I think it was Franklin that said that)
@bob1623 lol I know you are right though I don't want you to be. It's a high calorie expensive son-of-a-gun that I indulge in every great once in awhile. The bottles aren't as big as what this link displays. This was the first time I ever had a beer I truly liked. Prior to this I had been only exposed to "light" off the gas station store shelf kind. I haven't had a beer in 3 months and had a craving for the taste. Not a big drinker so this one tips me sideways a tad when I indulge. https://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/259/1708/
@Andia That looks like the kind of beer one could come to really enjoy, especially with the 10% ABV.
It reminds me of a time, years ago when two colleagues and myself went bar hopping in Brugge Belgium. We started with a Duvel and went from there, only drinking triples. (I also have pictures) Needless to say we were not much use at work the next day.
Enjoy that beer!!
@bob1623 that had to be a hard, but beautiful ride.
@Andia I would say it was hard, but parts were challenging. This map makes it look like we rode through a forest, but we were on some decently paved roads. And we both have nice road bikes, which makes the riding much easier. But we did run into some nice steep hills.
The scenery was beautiful as you mentioned. Looking out from the road over the lakes never gets old. I could ride this route every day.
How I did it:
I heared that my boyfriend was planning a trip there with his friends. I ask if I could join. They sayed yes. I paid for a lot of things, my grandma gave me money and I borrowed some more once there to friends because I had no money left when all the bookings where done. I finally went (and I managed to pay back everybody two months after).Lessons & Tips:
1. Do your things, help will come from unexpected place. 2. I can do extraordinary things even though I think I can't. 3. I don't need whats app and messenger and all those notifications stuffs. 4. It takes work to stay with my partner but it's worth it. When reconnected, we're awesome. 5. When I take risks and make it work, I feel alive and so strong and peaceful. 6. I love being no one, no where.
How I did it:
I heared that my boyfriend was planning a trip there with his friends. I ask if I could join. They sayed yes. I paid for a lot of things, my grandma gave me money and I borrowed some more once there to friends because I had no ...Read More