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Recently I found myself in San Jose, CA with a couple hours to spare before hopping on a flight back home to NC. I figured i would have about 4 hours to spare so i called ahead and rented a … Continue reading
A couple of months ago I picked up one of those DJI Phantom 2 Quadcopters that you have heard about in the news recently. The “media” likes to refer to them as drones, so they have a much more exciting … Continue reading
The last three months I have been incredibly busy with work, so I have not had much time to post anything. I’m not complaining, as I don’t handle boredom very well. In addition, over the last 4 months we have … Continue reading
After three days at Yellowstone, we headed south for about an hour into Grand Teton National Park. This country was simply stunning. I can’t really describe the things we saw in a way that would do any justice. I nearly … Continue reading
The day after Ironman Coeur D’Alene, we packed up the rental car and headed Northeast for about 4-5 hours to Glacier National Park in northern Montana. The drive through northern Idaho and Montana was great, but nothing like what we … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I’ve put anything up on the site, mainly because things have been really busy at work. But it hasn’t been all work and no play. In fact I’ve been playing quite a bit with the … Continue reading
Nothing says the 4th of July like 1000 cyclists screaming past you on the annual Firecracker ride. This ride has been held every July 4th since I can remember. It’s great for cyclist of all abilities, and any kind of … Continue reading
We are nearing the end of winter, and I would say, next to October, February is now my second favorite month. The winter weather has been incredible(possibly 80F today?), and has really allowed me to enjoy training. Typically in February … Continue reading
With all of the recent hurricane and tropical storm activity, I was really looking forward to the Tour De Moore Century this Labor Day. There was another tropical storm making its way towards NC, but I really didn’t care. I … Continue reading