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Category: Bicycle Adventures

Middle Aged Woman on a Bicycle

How Does Riding a Bicycle Make You Feel?

How does riding a bicycle make you feel? For me, bicycling has always meant FREEDOM. During my childhood my bicycle allowed me to get from our home in the country into the city. When we moved from the country to the city; it gave me a mode of transportation that was far faster than walking.…
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October 15, 2015 0

Where Would You Go If You Only Had a Few More Summers

What if you woke up tomorrow and you realized that you only had a few more summers left to enjoy your family? Where would you go? Might I suggest Idaho as an option. I live in the northern part of the state and would Love to have you experience what I get to see everyday!…
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May 13, 2015 0

Today Is the Day to Plan an Idaho Adventure

Today Is the Day to Plan an Idaho Adventure From the day that your child is born the clock starts kicking. In theory, you only have 18 Summers to make memories that will last a lifetime. Idaho started an 18 Summers campaign last year and expanded on it this year. If these videos don’t make…
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May 13, 2015 0

Boise Idaho Cultural Adventure

Boise Idaho Cultural Adventure Boise is not just the capital of Idaho it also features a diverse culture that provides for some great culinary experiences. With an estimated 15,000 Basque residents, it’s no wonder that Boise dedicated an entire block to the Basques located in downtown Boise on Grove Street between Capitol Blvd. and 6th…
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December 4, 2014 0

Boise is a Bicycle City

Boise is a Bicycle City The Boise River Greenbelt covers 25-miles and is one of Boise’s most beloved parks. With tree-lined pathways following the river through the heart of the city, it provides scenic views, wildlife habitat and bicycle access to many of the city’s popular riverside parks. The Greenbelt also serves as an alternative transportation route…
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December 4, 2014 0

Lake City Flyers Post Falls to Spokane Ride 2014

Every year for the last three years our bicycle group the Lake City Flyers does an overnight bicycle trip from Post Falls Idaho to Spokane Washington. We usually try to time the ride to correspond with Spokfest. Note: We don’t actual ride in Spokfest, but it is fun to support it by checking out the vendors…
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September 15, 2014 6

Ales for the Trail and Summer Dining Options

Every once in awhile I get the opportunity to write for this local magazine Living Local Coeur d’Alene. This month I have a couple of articles one about the Ales for the Trail event, (that you should all be attending- first 300 will get a collectible/usable stainless steel tumbler with a lid), and the second…
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July 31, 2014 0

Rubber Tire Adventures in the Inland Northwest

The Rubber Tire Adventures are here! High gas prices, plus the end of the proverbial “two week” vacation has prompted many people to choose weekend trips and stay-cations as an alternative. Since Tom and I are both self employed, being able to get away for an entire week (let alone two weeks) is just about…
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July 24, 2014 0

Riding the Boise Ale Trail and the Beautiful Greenbelt #visitidaho

Day Two (August 22nd 2013) of our Boise Idaho Culinary Adventure had a major portion of the day being experienced via bicycle. Tom and I had made the trek from Hayden to Boise in our own vehicle, so we were able to bring along our own bicycles. We were so happy that we did! Not…
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September 5, 2013 0

Welcome To My Boise Idaho Culinary Adventure #harvestidaho13 #visitidaho

There are moments when blogging and the extra 40 pounds you have put on actually pay off! A recent blogging trip to Boise Idaho was one of those moments. Over the last four years I have been writing and posting about the adventures my husband Tom and I have while riding our Vintage Bicycles here…
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August 28, 2013 1