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After recuperating at Deb & Amy's house after foot surgery and driving my car to my dad's house for storage, I flew back to San Francisco to enjoy the wonderful weekend wedding of my dear friends Deb and Amy. They had reserved the Sonoma Coast Country Inn and Spa for the entire weekend, inviting friends and family from all over the U.S. (More to be added).
Now that we felt somewhat competent on our bikes after the semi-loaded weekend of riding, it was time to step it up a notch with some new variables. Thanks to a Living Social deal, we began with a visit to City Cyclery in San Anselmo to fine tune our fit on our bikes. Their awesome and humorous bike fitting guy, Seth, assessed our body position and made comfort-maximizing adjustments to the seat, handlebar, and cleats. Yes, cleats, so that starting now our ...
... coast, so it can
be chilly in the morning!
Coffee and tea for everyone. And time
for us to go southern than ever! (We liked to say that each time we
thought about our position on the map!) Fort Bragg, CA, for those who
don't know the place, on the main road there is a very nice coffee
that offers wifi. So we caught it, made some calls, via Skype, and
for Régis and Julien, booked their flight to Canada. Also to be
known, is the woman in the ...
Today marks a huge transition in my life. Today I reject the American dream and I take the first step to conquer my own dream. Today I push away my desire for material belongings. Today everything I own fits in the bag on my back. No longer am I motivated by money, no longer am I envious of those who have everything. Because I have seen that those with everything have less than those who have nothing. A simple person living a simple lifestyle ...
... Somewhere along the line on our drive out from the lighthouse, we saw two deer-like animals crossing the road. We thought they were deer, but they were really shaggy for deer, and one was a silvery white color. It wasn't until about 15 minutes later that we decided they must have been elk. Next up was a drive out to the far opposite end of Point Reyes to see the herds of Tule Elk. I believe this is the last remaining place in California at least ...