On the Road: New York City to Greenwood Lake & Back

Over the weekend Adair and I jumped on our bikes for a casual 120 mile roundtrip, to see some family and camp under the stars. Putting our faith in Google Maps, we took off Saturday morning to New Jersey by the way of the George Washington Bridge. It wasn't as early of a morning as... Continue Reading →

On the Road: Rickreall to Astoria, OR

Today I have an interview with the PR company that handles the Philadelphia Children's Alliance. I was planning to prepare some notes prior to the call, but wanted to finish this blog post first. That was a tremendous idea as finishing this post allowed me to put many of the experiences in perspective. Please enjoy... Continue Reading →

On the Road: Portland to Rickreall, OR

Have been able to see some friends for the first time since I have been back, which is a great feeling. Introductions to friends of friends are funny as I am often told, "man, I can barely go the two miles from my place to the park", or something else along those lines. Having come... Continue Reading →

2017 New York Marathon: Bike Ride ~ Nov. 5

On November 5, 2017 there is a little known ride that will take you through four of the five boroughs of New York. The good thing is the ride is both FREE and you DO NOT need to qualify to participate. Last year two friends and myself jumped on a R Train at the crack... Continue Reading →

On the Road: Mary Hill State Park to Portland

Currently I am trying to reign in my eating habits developed over the summer. The ability to curb eating whatever I want, whenever I want and in nearly any quantity wanted is more difficult than I imagined. Foods being consumed are now on the healthier end, but the portion size needs to go down or... Continue Reading →

On the Road: Clarkston, WA to Mary Hill State Park, WA

Happy Labor Day Weekend, everyone! Back in NYC, it feels as though I haven't left. To my surprise the city did not shut down when I departed on May 10th. The hustle and bustle of one of the greatest cities in the world, is the same as it ever was. Fading tan lines are the... Continue Reading →

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