Peace to you in 2019!

Thanks for coming along with me via the blog as I rode across Canada! It took a couple months to finish a documentary about the ride. Here’s a link: bit.ly/PeaceBikeRideGWRCanada It’s just under an hour – not a sound bite! Please feel free to comment on YouTube and share. Happy Peaceful New Year to you! Lynn … More Peace to you in 2019!

Sin on a Plate

Anne and I left the Atlantic Ocean behind at Emerald Isle, crossed a high bridge and two low ones, and arrived at Yana’s, famous for its fritters. Our server described them and I asked if they were like beignets. I had first had them near midnight in Baton Rouge three years ago when I left my … More Sin on a Plate

Bogue-us

As for the 70-day trip across Canada, I had planned this sweet little trip in detail and made all the hotel reservations. In Canada, we adhered mostly to the plan. On this trip, the weather has been so different from the forecast that we have had to make constant adaptations. We have not stayed in … More Bogue-us

Sealevel

We passed the town of Sealevel today while riding from Cedar Island to Beaufort, NC. That was after a 2 1/4 hr ferry ride from Ocracoke to Cedar Island. The whole area is barely above sea level, at least the current sea level. It’s been battered by two hurricanes already just this season. And with … More Sealevel

Untethered

Anne and I packed only what we needed in her panniers and my backpack, parked my car in Kill Devil Hills, and untethered. What we took is so minimal that it feels like a tiny house on wheels. Spectacular tailwind got us to today’s planned destination before 1. I’m not one to waste tailwind so … More Untethered

Halloween Treat!

On October 3, after four weeks sitting at my computer, I clicked on the Submit button to turn in all my evidence to Guinness World Records. Instantly, a message appeared that I could have my review expedited if I paid a lot of money; otherwise, I was looking at a 15-week wait. I prepared to … More Halloween Treat!