Since hiking the Appalachian Trail in 2014, discovery continues. I chose to return to the life I left with greater thirst for life. I continue to hike and seek to share with others in the simple life I found.
I've gotten also into Amateur Radio since then and love to make contacts while out hiking.
TRAIN still comes around every now and then. When he shows up, I savor what he shares, especially when things get down and rough on a hike...
I rode shot gun with the Utah Miata Club yesterday for the National Diabetes Foundation's Tour de Cure. This is a national bike riding event. The riders choose to ride either a 100 mile (Century) course or a 60 mile course. The century went out to the Golden Spike National Mounument from Bringham City UT. This was my first event. I grabed my camera and a bicycle repair kit. Both were used well by the day's end. A few people stoped a side with flats the trickist being a side wall wear out. A little MacGyver in me enabled this rider to complete the next 60 miles without incident. Posted below is a flickr badge linking to some 105 images I've chosen from yesterday's event.