- BCycle Houston bike share to cure the lonelies.I love bathhouses! I have ever since my sis took me to one in San Francisco, CA. Yesterday, I got to visit Quapaw Bath House in Hot Springs, Arkansas. There used to be a whole street of them but now only two provide services. Bathhouses make you sweat out everything and soak in minerals from the hot springs. Then, if you do it right, you lie outside of the hot pools (after you can't take anymore) and let your body tingle with heat and extreme muscle relaxation.Driving through Hot Springs, AR really was beautiful. Lakes and unaltered forests stood at every turn. I have to come back. #travel2nowhereFriday, we went to Jefferson Memorial where we saw a 2 inch long baby snake and you could hear frogs mating like crazy. It was a special springtime moment, until we had the traumatizing experience of witnessing the dog eat a live frog.
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Forgive me readers, I fell off the face of the planet. You may think it was due to the election, and in a small way you are right. I admit, I have not felt as excited about politics lately. Instead … Continue reading
A few months ago, I wrote a piece called Rational Fears When Biking. The four major fears I encounter when cycling with traffic are being hit by a car, hitting debris in the road and slipping or falling, baggage falling … Continue reading
My friend and I just travelled for ten days across the country to visit Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. We had completed the packing of the car and were just heading out of the city when I looked at … Continue reading
Last night, I had a dream about my bicycle. A beautiful black miyata, vintage. I was laying in the grass, as I often do after a ride, next to my bicycle. The grass was crowded in my dream. There was … Continue reading
At the beginning of each bike ride, I attempt to bring along as little as possible. When going to classes, this is never easy. However, when going to work it’s pretty simple. I have a small across the chest bag … Continue reading