Monthly Archives: December 2016

Recommended Books, Music, and Films for How will we live tomorrow?

Through 397 days of cycling I kept a list of books, blogs, films, and CD’s people recommended to me. I also wrote profiles of many authors of prose and song. I plan to tackle many of them in 2017. Perhaps … Continue reading

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Responses: How will we live tomorrow?

How will we live tomorrow “Enjoy life. Momma told me to go out and smell the roses.” Sydney, walking from Key West FL to Dothan AL, Carrabelle FL How will we live tomorrow? “Not too optimistic today. I woke up … Continue reading

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Profile Response: Kimberly Hardick Weatherford TX

Kimberly Hardick is a yoga teacher and body worker who has helped others find their true alignment for years. Since her children have grown and she left an unsatisfying marriage, Kimberly has been using those skills, and other non-traditional ways … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 397 – Ponte Vedra Beach FL to Jacksonville FL

December 20, 2016 – Overcast, 50 degrees Miles Today: 28 Miles to Date: 20,733 States to Date: 48  I rode into Jacksonville, the United States’ geographically largest city, on a busy Tuesday morning along miles of commercial strip along US … Continue reading

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Profile Response: Pam and Guy Wyche, Andalusia AL

Pam and Guy Wyche attended separate boy’s and girl’s schools in their native Macon GA. Their parents, who shared adjacent desks at a local business, decided their children ought to meet, so Pam’s father invited Guy to go fishing. A … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 396 – St Augustine FL to Ponte Vedra Beach FL

December 19, 2016 – Fog, 60 degrees Miles Today: 33 Miles to Date: 20,705 States to Date: 48    Saint Augustine is a lovely town, even on a grey day. The Visitor’s Center gives a good overview of the city’s … Continue reading

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Profile Response: Laura Lee and Cara Hines, Abilene TX

Intuition and trust are not zero-sum traits; they are expanding blossoms. The more we exercise them, the deeper they root in our psyches, the greater they flower in our countenance. My rewarding experiences with so many people over the past … Continue reading

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