NYC… home to so many people.
The lure of the open sky, wide fields, country lanes, a bike, and your own time and place – France is calling you. If you’ve always wanted to explore France by bike, here are some great routes for you.
Is it your dream to bike through France? It can be an incredible, life-changing experience – if you’ve got the right bike, and a good plan. There's nothing worse than trying something (bucket-list worthy) and failing. Consider self-guided cycling holidays in France.
After staying in Michigan for the summer, just moving one hour every other week or so, my family was ready to move on... until we heard that our very good friends, the Keiters, were heading our direction.
With winter coming on, our thoughts naturally turn to sunshine, warm beaches, a Caribbean breeze flowing across our (pale winter) skin. Of course, we’d like to hit all of the islands, but what to see first? Here are some highlights of a tour of the Caribbean, to help you decide.
You see them all over America. You barely have to drive ten miles in most places to find them: railroad tracks. Most tracks you cross today are weed-free, frequently-used tracks. But, occasionally, you'll find a set of rusty, overgrown, dilapidated tracks, obviously not in use. Sometimes, there will even be old, unused cars still sitting on the tracks.