I say this more to me than to you, if you are still there and interested in reading.
I can’t believe it’s been years since I’ve posted to this blog. However, I felt it was time.
You see, the big reason is that I have moved from Maine to North Carolina as of the first of April this year. (No, I won’t be changing the name of the blog to North Carolina Velophile. I consider myself now and always a Mainer.) It’s been an exciting change for me and I’m looking forward to living in a climate where I can ride my bike all year long.
That said, my life has definitely changed a bit. Not that it’s a bad thing, it’s just different than when I was in Maine.
For starters, I’m not working. So I have a lot of time to devote to household chores, yard work, and growing some wonderful veggies and flowers in containers on our deck.
I must say that riding has taken a back seat at various times throughout the summer but I am still in the process of exploring group rides in the area as well as other roads to ride.
Stay tuned as I write about my adventures south of the Mason-Dixon Line. I’ll try to incorporate some of my day-to-day adventures in addition to talk about things that have happened over the last several months upon my arrival.
It really has been a great experience and I am excited to get much of recorded here on my blog.
Thanks for reading!!
This popped into my inbox and I thought it was spam. Welcome back. Which part of the Carolinas are in you in? And looking forward to reading your posts.
In the Charlotte area, which means mostly flat riding but there are some good climbs within a two hour drive.