As I sift through blogs telling of adventures in exotic locales, I can’t help but reflect on the fact that I have been living through the type of winter that our grandparents always spoke of. You know, the kind that start with, “When I was a kid we walked through waist-deep snow, uphill for ten miles.”
Today’s Guest Blogger is Steve Yore. Senior Functional and Technical Analyst for SAP at Quality Bicycle Products. -Kid
Shortly after midnight, I rolled into the Checkpoint Three, set my bike down, and stumbled into the shelter. I was sick, I was cold, I was wet…I was broken. I had a decision to make.
I know I have the right gear for me and I know how to use it. I chalk that up to the many experiences I have been through. Sure I get tips and tricks from JayP, BUT there are things that work for him that do not work for me. It’s not easy and takes time to learn these things. The only real way to learn is to do it for yourself.