I’m hand making Custom Paracord Bracelets to help raise money for my journey and they’re actually pretty freaking cool, too.
~ Handmade by Sarah
~ Made of Mil-Spec 550 Paracord
~ Very Easy to Fasten
~ Tons of Color Options
~ Fast Free Shipping & Tax Included
I think that bridges are the most beautiful structure the human race has ever invented. Uniting two lands, connecting sides, crossing divides, facilitating possibilities… I took the Music City Bikeway past Shelby Bottoms all the way to the Pedestrian Bridge to enjoy Nashville’s beautiful skyline. Thank you to fellow photographer, “Michael”, for pausing his jog to take these for me! 🙂
I keep imagining what it will feel like to cross the breathtaking Golden Gate Bridge at the end of my journey… Can’t wait to make it a reality.
Got in on a nice 7-mile group ride, organized by Halcyon Bike Shop. They host them every other Sunday. They’re free of charge, and ideal for beginners. This was my first time riding on actual roads with traffic, so it was a GREAT learning experience.
The ride started at the bike shop and ended at one of my very favorite spots in Nashville. The Shelby Avenue Pedestrian Bridge. This is the exact spot that I took my skyline photo when I first moved here in 2011. <3
Got deep in my head and tested my limits today.
20 miles in 1 Hour, 15 Min. And 1,300+ Calories…
This one was for YOU, my fallen family. #honorthefallen #AViciousCycle
I know this isn’t the wisest thing to do… But as a side note, I did this with zero food or water intake. I deliberately wanted to see how I would perform and feel running only on fumes. The mind is so powerful, it’s scary sometimes. I’ll be sure to fuel and hydrate going forward, but it’s good to know that I am capable of this madness.
I went back to the Music City Bikeway to try out my first 10 mile ride. The section from Two Rivers Park to Shelby Bottoms is really beautiful. I’m REALLY glad I bought these riding bibs – having padded bottoms is like night and day. 10 miles in 43 minutes makes me happy. And relieved. I think it’s a great starting point…