Thank You


I started this blog in January of 2011. Today I’m a handful of clicks away from 18,000 views. Looking at stats early on I never imagined that many visitors, or 100 followers. I very much appreciate all of you that stop by on a regular basis.

I’ve received a number of emails recently from readers. I’m not sure how to respond or even what to say here. Best choice of words would be that I’m taking a break from this blog.

I enjoy the Weekly Photo Challenges, and if I have any photos relevant to future challenges I plan to participate. My other two, non ride related blogs-Cricket’s Place and Queen’s Gems-will most likely continue to be updated.

It’s been a struggle trying to find an appropriate photo for this post so instead I’ll just end with hugs and a huge thanks to all of you.

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4 thoughts on “Thank You

  1. I’m sorry to see you’re taking a break from this blog. I’ve enjoyed your posts. I hope to see you back again some day. Keep the rubber side down, and ride safe.

    • Thanks…I’m still here, did a nice 300 mile ride the other day. Have had some personal issues to deal with but things are headed in the right direction. Got caught up on your recent posts today, looks like you had a fantastic trip!

  2. Wow, I wish I’d found your blog sooner, I have been reading for 6 months or so pretty regularly. I’ll miss the updates and the wonderful trip reports that you would post. I’ll check in once and a while and hope that you will post an update for us. Ride Safe!

    • Thanks for the comment, and for being a regular visitor. I find the blogs therapeutic so while I need to rearrange some other things in my life I won’t be disappearing from here.

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