Back in January, while contemplating the end of my teaching contract in South Korea and my upcoming year of adventure, … Continue reading So Much Gear! (Pre-PCT)
The thing about my new job is that I don’t really have enough time off to do all the exploring … Continue reading Korean Mini Bike Tour #2
On Presidents Day, I moved to South Korea. Yes, the timing was on purpose. I’d intended to move back to … Continue reading I live here now
I rode my bicycle from Monterey, California to Portland, Maine. Not quickly, I probably could have walked in the 7 … Continue reading Sea to Shining
Toronto is like a Pacific Coast city plunked down in the midst of Canada. Mostly it reminds me of San … Continue reading Turmeric Lattes and Artichoke Tattoos
And ride, and eat, and ride, and think about what to eat next. Does anyone else use these awesome tiny … Continue reading All I do is eat..
Sometimes I think my bike trip is an excuse to listen to podcasts all day long. When my old iPod … Continue reading Can you hear me?
I’m nearly naked from the waist down as I write this, sitting in the laundromat of my RV park. That’s … Continue reading Big Wet Wisconsin Welcome
Wyoming is very flat. And straight. Even I can’t get lost. Some advice if you’re cycling north out of Cheyenne: … Continue reading Days on the Plains
The west side of Denver is super hip. It’s crisscrossed with bike paths, shiny architecture, and crowds of distracted tech … Continue reading What’s this white stuff?