The past 6 weeks have been jam packed, and because of that, I’m taking a cue from Boomdee and doing a catch up post.
I spent 48 hours in Keystone, Colorado for a wedding, and in addition to a fabulous time with family, I saw some amazing scenary. Can’t wait to share more photos!
I spent two weekends devoted to electing women to public office. In both Richmond and Leesburg, I met energetic and committed activists, and got to hear from elected officials (and soon to be elected officials) that I admire. I was empowered by the many women who have thrown caution to the wind and decided to run for office.
It was such a powerful thing to be surrounded by hundreds of energized women, and a few men, too, most of whom had attended the Women’s March in January.
This great sign is now proudly displayed in my front yard.
Thankfully, I also found time for some photography.
The Shenandoah Valley of Virginia
and Floyd Virginia
Despite the fact that I’ve enjoyed all this travel, I was excited to be home this weekend so that I could ride BOTH bikes!
Well, I got to ride both bikes AFTER I had a new rear tire put on the motorcycle. Never a dull moment!
Even better: I’m home for the next 5 weeks!