Austin, TX

Our alarm was set early to take advantage of the last day of Daylight Savings Time, we packed quickly and were out of our playhouse/shed shelter at the first light. We were determined to make it to the 11am coffee cruise (group bike ride) and possibly the farmers market. After a considerable time in the […]

New Orleans

Welcome to the highly anticipated multi-cultural, multi-lingual, food centric capital of the south. LOUISIANA!!!! As has become the norm for the Gulf states we crossed bridges, rode past houses on stilts, and endless bayous en route to the famously, infamous New Orleans (NOLA). It was clear we were getting closer to NOLA as we went […]

Pensacola, FL

While saying goodbyes at Coldwater Garden the infamous topic came up once again. “Where are you going to sleep tonight?” Amanda Meyers extended an invitation to stay at her and her husband, Ian’s, house. She happen to live in Pensacola, one day’s ride away. We packed our bikes and started towards Pensacola; back on US-90. […]

Florida’s Panhandle

After two days of hunkering down under our church pavilion shelter we finally emerged from the monsoon like rains into the clear blue sky. Riding through Newport we stopped at one of the first signs of civilization a farm stand! Unfortunately for both us and the farm stand it was winter, meaning no local produce. Their […]