The roller coaster creaks and clicks as it climbs to an an impossible apex. You cling to the safety bar. The spongy plastic covering crumbles a bit in your grasp, sticky from a million other Adrenalin-fueled grips. Isometric terror lathers your body with sweat. But it’s a welcome terror, one that you want badly and pay good money for.
This is the point where I left you (and the blog).
Then I descended, arms flailing, stomach in brain, brain somewhere else. But now I’m reemerging. Hi! I think I’ve found my brain. So the blog is back on.
After pregnancy, birthing, launching Cycling Sojourner Washington and raising an itty bitty while doing a bit of freelance writing, I’m now adventuring by bike again and have reclaimed my spot behind my trusty computer.
The fam and I recently did a bike tour in Idaho on their legendary trails, and I’m doing a couple of posts about that. And some other cool stuff. You can subscribe to posts on the bottom of my homepage. I wanted to give you the heads up, so we can get reacquainted. How are you??
PS Here a couple of the things I’ve been up to:
A six-part profile series on women and cycling in Adventure Cyclist Magazine. Members only subscription. But what a great place to be a member!
PSS The Cycling Sojourner guidebook series is awesome! Get the books here.