Or at least the report of our trip last May. Wow – such procrastination is almost unheard of. I am a little embarrassed. But now the entire trip is posted. Here is link to from where I left off on my last post, but you can start anywhere you like 🙂 Enjoy!
I am more than half way done!! I have updated the links so you can navigate around the pages more easily. Enjoy!
Slowly but surely, I will finish this report!
Day 5 has been posted. And some day I’ll figure out how to post a link directly to the page, and not have the intermediary click. Let me know if you have a solution please 🙂
I have been plodding along not-so-steadily on the Spanish trip. Days 2, 3 & 4 are now ready for your Monday distraction.
It has been a long time – too long – since I had anything to add to my site. Remember that sore thumb from my birthday ride last February? It turned out I had completely torn the ligament on my thumb! Surgery was required, as well as a very long healing process. To be honest, it still isn’t one hundred percent, but it is getting there! All of that recovery time meant that I didn’t have the ability to do much else so I guess you could say that life was pretty quiet up until last month.
And now I have something to post! Dan and I took a two week trip to Spain! It has taken me a while to get around to writing it up, as we have a new garden and the weather has been excellent for it. Yes, I have been distracted by plants. And it has been either too hot or too rainy to get any good riding in, but I hope to fix that soon, too.
Now I invite you to join me for this adventure – but be warned: only the first day has been posted 🙂
A family trip (by car!) to the Alsace region to enjoy some sightseeing and wine tasting.
I’m a little out of order in my postings, but I got side tracked by wanting to posts the photos from the Eiger hike right away. And now, still in time for autumn festivals, is a wine tasting trip through the Alsace.
Our friends Aaron and Craig are still visiting and since we showed them quite a bit of Switzerland, it was time to cross some borders. We spent two days touring around the Alsace Wine region, handily just half an hour away from Basel by car. There was no set plan; just drive along the wine route and stop wherever our fancy took us.
Dan and I have a couple of friends visiting us from the US and they wanted to see what Switzerland has to offer. They didn’t give us much time to do this in, but we did the best we could!