Monday, August 13, 2007

First post of the new Bike Year

The second anniversary of Bike Year passed without comment from me. My readers (if there are any left) are probably wondering what happened to me. Did I keep riding? Or did I hang up my bike? Well, it's been a little of both. I've probably driven more frequently in the last 30 days than any time since I started this blog. I'm using home repairs (which often required me to return home during the workday) and the high temperatures of the last week as my primary excuses.

As of last Friday, however, I'm back in the saddle. And I have a new addition to my stable (more about that soon).

While I have not been on bicycles lately, bicycles have been on my mind. I attended an informational meeting about the Coastal Georgia Greenway project and volunteered to set up a Web site for the group, which can be found here. I'm also researching shared lane pavement markings and preparing a proposal for local application for a subcommittee of a committee of the metropolitan planning organization. So I've not been completely useless.


Larry Felton Johnson said...

Good to see you writing again! Lately all I've been blogging about has been cycling. I hope that as you get inspiration you continue to blog. I know how the ups and downs of maintaining a blog go. I write daily for awhile and then take a long hiatus. But I've always liked your site (and I love Savannah. The photo of me on my blog is taken in Forsyth Park).

Evan said...

Good to see you posting again. The Georgia Coastal Greenway looks great.

Jett said...

Larry, I thought that was Forsyth Park in the background. I was pretty sure it wasn't East Atlanta, but needed confirmation of my suspicion.