As states start reopening, let’s rethink rush hour.
Trying to jazz up my Traveling at the Speed of Bike outings (limited to my 4 x 3 mile slice of suburbia during these COVID-19 shelter-in-place days), I put together a 14-mile loop yesterday that took […]
And so, week 3 of online college, work-at-home, and social distancing ends. Our home life is a bit of a ballet, each of us flowing from room to room throughout the day, giving each other […]
There’s a lot of pretty out there. And I am especially grateful now, during shelter-in-place during the coronavirus pandemic, that I am allowed to experience it* while Traveling at the Speed of Bike. If you’ve […]
Greetings from the latest state (Georgia) to issue a shelter-in-place edict as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic (note: my county and city had already issued them). Our governor said two days ago, on April […]
My body camera slips downward and I don’t realize until I get home that it captures my ascent up the steepest hill (of many) on my regular route Traveling at the Speed of Bike around […]
Everything Will Be OK, they say (and these signs* even went global via news coverage this week), but it doesn’t feel that way when you’re Traveling at the Speed of Bike during the coronavirus crisis […]
My metro-Atlanta suburb-city of Dunwoody, Georgia (which became the newest city in the USA in 2008) is showing strong local leadership regarding the current global crisis. My hope is that city leaders continue to do […]