The life and times of a Cat 4 bicycle racer who is happily married with two children, a dog, cat and a full time job(174 days a year).
Thursday, June 19, 2008
My first Lobster in almost 4 years. Last one I ate was on Cape Cod in Woods Hole on the pier. This one was eaten at Huot's in Sako, ME. It was caught that day. I had chowda as well as a pint of Bar Harbor Ale. Kirsten really like the Haddock. LOBSTA!!! Sako, ME
Rockland, ME just off the breakwater pier. We walked out to the lighthouse. You can see the Owl light in the background. What lovely weather we had on this trip.
"It liberates the vandal to travel - you never saw a bigoted, opinionated, stubborn, narrow-minded, self-conceited, almighty mean man in your life but he had stuck in one place since he was born" MARK TWAIN, 1868 With or without religion, you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things. But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion. Steven Weinberg
Just call me the D-Town Hero!
I was born and raised in the small town of DeSoto, Mo just about 45 south of St. Louis. I now live in the big city and teach in a school district in northern Jefferson County. I have a great family that supports all my endeavors. My passion for the last 4 years has been bicycle racing. I have always been into cycling, but have taken it to another level over the past few years.
I enjoy watching bicycle racing on tv along with Cardinal Baseball and high school and college basketball. While it is not my passion, I also officiate high school and college basketball. It pays the bills in the winter!
Travel has made me the person I am today. If more people got out and saw the world it would be a much better place. Read the quote by Twain on the front of my blog. Couldn't be more true!