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The big weekend finally arrived. We made it to Emporia. Sat through the Rider’s Meeting. Shared in nervous laughter and last minute doubts about our tires, our gear, our nutrition, everything.
The Dirty Kanza 200 sign up is this weekend. In honor of that, I'm finally reflecting on my experience of riding, and finishing, DK200 in 2016
As you read last week, 2016 was a fun and adventurous year. I’m looking forward to a more simple and quiet 2017 while working on several goals.
It’s been a great year and I’m thankful to have you as part of my journey. Here’s a recap of 2016 and my top posts.
I had such a great time in Italy that I wanted to pack up some of their traditions and bring them back to the States. Scroll through the slideshow to see my favorite Italian traditions.
Have a very Kansas City Christmas with these holiday traditions, local butcher and sweet shops and more.
‘Be content with what you have; rejoice in the way things are. When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you.’ - Lao Tzu
Before you do all of your holiday shopping on Amazon (who, me?), explore the locally-owned shops that give Kansas City personality and culture.
"Showing gratitude is one of the simplest yet most powerful things humans can do for each other." - Randy Pausch
My friend Louis Byrd wrote a blog post last week, "Today, I quit my business!" sharing his frustration with the election results. This poem helped him make the decision to get back to work.