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Monday, January 23, 2017
|View from Lane Pinnacle|
Posted by Stephen at 7:24 AM
Thursday, January 12, 2017
Monday, January 09, 2017
|Bacon on the grill in 6 degrees.|
|If a family is going to play in the snow all day, they better eat something that sticks to their ribs! The Breakfast of a Lumberviking.|
I just can't make myself ride inside anymore. Too masochistic or something. But what to do with snow and ice? I finally broke down and bought some YakTrax- chains that wrap around shoes to give traction. Holy Moly, that was amazing, Then I went out and ran 1.5 hrs, getting back after sun set.
Another amazing day!
Posted by Stephen at 8:39 AM
Friday, January 06, 2017
What it boils down to is lack of trust, worry and anxiety. I'm supposed to let go of anxiety: "be anxious for nothing". That also means letting go of control. Crap, if I'm not in control...... actually, I'll be better off. But I need to practice living like this. Easier said than done, but I'm gonna try. It will free up a ton of mind space.
Posted by Stephen at 8:05 AM
Thursday, January 05, 2017
I have spent way too much time wondering about choices. It is an ingrained habit that I am determined to break. In fact, I waffled about writing this post and almost didn't, but knew that I had to fight that and just do it. Writing the post is something that will help me, and hopefully others, so just do it.
I'm determined to break this detrimental habit, cause I know I'll regret it down the road if I don't!
Posted by Stephen at 6:33 AM
Wednesday, January 04, 2017
A tough situation that could have been worse, I was able to deal with some issues and let them go. I don't remember that happening before. I'm pretty sure the situation was meant to stir up emotion and create conflict. I'm tired of conflict, I'm all about resolving issues, and I mean what I say. As I started to get angry about the situation, a calm came over me and I realized that I should let it go. And I did. It took mere seconds to work through rather than months or year that previous conflicts took. That was cool!
I missed riding consistently in 2016. I'm determined to get out more this year, and attempt to be the year round rider I used to be. I got pretty slack over the year, and while I spent a lot of time with the fam, I can't neglect myself and the challenges that are out there. Riding a bike is a gift, a privilege, and I am determined to take advantage of it!
Posted by Stephen at 6:55 AM