I have had a busy couple of weeks but man what a difference the new bed is making for me. So much, in fact, that I am back to walking 30 minutes every day again and doing a light work out with weights 3 days a week. Sure... I have to push myself to do it, but the point is "I feel good enough to want to do it again now". I am having some extra pain on the bottom of my right foot, but nothing that doesn't feel out of place for RA. Perhaps an odd description, yet most of you know RA pain from "thats not a good sign" pain.
Last week, the Goodyear blimp came to town and although I have seen it numerous times ... I still enjoy watching it float around in the sky so quiet and peacefully.
I have had to eliminate most all trail riding from my rides due to my RA. Typically, Adventure Riding is the least strenuous riding style that incorporates roads, gravel and dirt as well as asphalt. An adventure ride varies by definition, it could be a mild 100 mile ride on roads the rider hasn't been on before and for others it could be a month long ride to Alaska, both qualify as an adventure. I am in the process of selecting a new name for my blog, and I would like your opinion. I have a poll set up on the right side of my blog with some names I am kicking around. Please take time to vote for the one that you thinks sounds best. Or, let me know if you think you have a better name for me to use.
KLR with aluminun panniers mounted on the sides.