2018... The Good The Bad And The Now What?
A very brief 2018 summary follows. I wish I could blame the lack of blog posts on traveling the globe, but I can't. Now that I'm semi-retired — as of 11 days ago — I hope to do a better job posting. I certainly need the writing and grammar practice.
Post fall rut and everyone was back to being friends.
April deposited us in California for a wedding. We visited two of our favorite coastal towns — Morro Bay and Cambria. Much of the coastal California Lupine was 3 feet in height, much taller than back in Colorado.
Mom eventually got junior out of the water.
Morro Rock dominates the view from the southern end of the bay.
Northern half of Morro Bay marina
Mid-July took us to 14,150-foot Mount Sneffels, my favorite 14er.
After a miserable summer progressing in body tremors and the "need" to crawl out of my own skin, I was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease in early fall. A decent med coupled with my long-time existing, and active, lifestyle has brought me back to life, and I hope to chronicle "things" a bit via this blog.
The boys are back in town and waiting for the girls to arrive...
Mountain snow arrived in October. Lower elevation mountain biking was sublime well into December.
An eerie harbinger of what came in November.
The Now What?
Take out Parkinson's Disease with extreme prejudice. I will make a great Parkinson's enemy!
Thanks for reading! I wish you all cheery and exciting 2019!