I am so so grateful to be healthy and feeling so so blessed with the wonderful people that surround me.
The photo below was taken by John L. on my first ride back with the Withlacoochee Bicycle Riders. I thought I looked pretty spiffy and happy. So of course I am going to share it with you.
Hurricane Ian Help
Hey, it isn't too late if you want to join in the effort to clear some places for the people affected by Hurricane Ian.
I am leaving here on Saturday, Nov. 5th, to go to Fort Myers where I will camp for six or so days. If you so inclined and want to join us for a day or two or all six, let me know! You have to have your own lodging though, or a self-sufficient camper. I have a place for you to park a camper while helping out.
Steve is volunteering also, He is bringing a couple chain saws and laupers and rakes. I have never operated a chain saw, this should be interesting! We will see what we are getting into when we get there. Whatever it takes.
I went to the thrift store and bought a cotton long-sleeve shirt, trying to protect my arms from bugs and scratches, it probably won't do much good. I got some muck boots, but I think I won't need them, we will see.
A fellow camper asked what I was going to do with my trike while I was gone. Hmmm. I have now delivered it to my friends Jean and Keith and they will keep the Purple Pavement Eater safe until I return. I am taking my two-wheel bike, just in case.
Friends Join Me for Jekyll Island!
Later Steve and I walked the park. We discovered the park has lots of rabbits. When we returned from our walk, my waste basket was tipped over just as if a raccoon had ravaged it, but it was a cute little bunny!