BROADENING MY COFFEENEURING HORIZONS: Part One (of Seven)

This is my fourth year of Coffeeneuring.  The previous three were great, but they were spent primarily within the safe geographical confines of MY Town while drinking nothing but straight-up black coffee.  BORING! Well, NOT NO MO’ as the kids say these days.  This season, I will be traveling to seven different towns and exploring them … Continue reading "BROADENING MY COFFEENEURING HORIZONS: Part One (of Seven)"

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Reflections on a fall day in Burgundy

Sir Issac Newton had much to say about reflections. That he chose to do so in colloquial English rather than the stilted Latin used in his university tells us that he was not particularly worried about an international audience nor was he concerned with issues of acquiring tenure, otherwise known as “publish or perish”. But … Continue reading "Reflections on a fall day in Burgundy"

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The people you meet… and the things you create

Seeing all of the interest in the upcoming Coffeeneuring season, and thinking about how positive and encouraging everyone is to one another, made me think of this oldie-but-goodie of a video on youtube. At the very end, when it talks about how life is about the people you meet and the things you create… I … Continue reading "The people you meet… and the things you create"

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Titus, part 1 of 3

The boundaries of Death Valley National Park encompass the geographic feature known as Death Valley, which in turn includes places like Badwater, Furnace Creek, Stovepipe Wells, the Mesquite Sand Dunes, and so on. Outside the low-lying bounds of Death Valley itself, the eponymous park also includes places such as Telescope Peak, Aguereberry Point, Darwin Falls, … Continue reading "Titus, part 1 of 3"

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Reflecting on the Environment

Hoping to have influence on the upcoming elections for the Bavarian Landtag on October 10, a large demonstration was held here in Munich. The title was “Mia hams satt”, Bavarian dialect for “We’re fed up” and was to call attention to environmental issues. Most of the slogans revolved around factory farming, bee mortality, air pollution … Continue reading "Reflecting on the Environment"

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I Love How Reflecties Reflect ME!

If ever there was a Cycle365 Challenge that seemed to be designed especially for ME, the October Reflectie topic would be the one.  Everybody knows how self-centered I am.  Everybody knows that MY favorite subject to talk about or write about is ME.  Everybody knows that I hold MYSELF in such high esteem that I make Narcissus himself look like the very paragon of … Continue reading "I Love How Reflecties Reflect ME!"

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Cycle Days #8 to #17 of 75 – A Trip to France

6th September – 16th September The plan was to cycle on Thursday afternoon to Milton Keynes and stay overnight in the accommodation I had pre-booked. The following morning I would board the transportation that would hopefully whisk to Orange, France. From Orange I would cycle to Montbrun – les – Bains, spending a week cycling … Continue reading "Cycle Days #8 to #17 of 75 – A Trip to France"

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Community, World Peace, Diversity and Conserve

We have a new play ground area in Seaside. It’s in the Roberts Lake Park. While riding through there I discovered that some art work I’ve seen at a couple of shows had been purchased by the city and erected. Thank you City of Seaside!! Diversity Happy Trails……….   Post Views: 36 SeasidejanetJanet here of … Continue reading "Community, World Peace, Diversity and Conserve"

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A SIGN ASSIGNMENT: A Pictorial of Homemade Signs With No Words From Me (Your Lucky Day)

      Post Views: 50 gregbloodHi. My name is Greg and I ride my bike a lot. That is to say, I ride my bike almost every day. I go on long rides and short rides. Sunny rides, cloudy rides, and rainy rides. I like commuting, errand-running, day-tripping, overnighting, and touring on my bike. … Continue reading "A SIGN ASSIGNMENT: A Pictorial of Homemade Signs With No Words From Me (Your Lucky Day)"

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