Recently, an Italian friend of mine noted sharing my recent bicycle tour experience and outlook on life is one of the best things I can do to make my society … Continue reading Presenting Roads Less Traveled
Born in San Francisco in May 26, 1877 (some sources say May 27, 1878), Isadora Duncan was a trailblazer of sorts. Her unique dancing style established “major emphasis on the … Continue reading Ladies Can’t What?
Outside the window, a cactus acts as sentinel. I’m in Phoenix, Arizona where the desert reigns supreme, alongside eternal summer. Just in the last week or so, I’m told, it … Continue reading Coast to Coast Catch Up
Outside, the surf pounds like an impatient chef on a cutting board. But with more finesse — sandpipers run in between each crashing wave, a breeze jostles the palms, nasturtiums … Continue reading The Cycling Siren: Colorado to California
Particularly punctual it is not. Terribly truant it may be. However, it’s also the craved culmination of the California quest (via bicycle). Now it’s time to wrap this thing up … Continue reading Creme de la (Organic, Locally Sourced) Creme: Best of the California Bike Tour, Part Four
Welcome back to the belated third edition of Sylva and Tyler’s bike-scapade down the Northern California Coast. Without further ado, join us in Gualala State Park, where none of us … Continue reading Creme de la (Organic, Locally Sourced) Creme: Best of the California Bike Tour, Part 3
Welcome back to the illustrious four-wheeled, cider-powered journey of Sylva and Tyler in picture form. Let’s roll right back into Day 5, like a phat joint on a downhill slope … Continue reading Creme de la (organic, locally sourced) creme: Best of the California Bike Tour, Part Two
At 3 a.m. on September 20, Sylva and Tyler drove to Arvada to catch a shuttle to the airport. Or at least they think they got on the shuttle, hopped … Continue reading Creme de la (organic, locally sourced) creme: Best of the California Bike Tour