10 Miles of Asphalt Trails Between Hohenfels and Kallmunz

Beautiful VIews Between Hohenfels and Kallmunz

  If you enjoy running, cycling, or taking long walks, you’re going to love living in and traveling in Germany. There are bike paths all over in the bigger cities, and drivers are more accustomed to bike traffic on roads here than they are in the States. Even in small … Continue reading

Top 10 Things to Pack in Your Hold Baggage

What Should I Look for in a Diaper Bag?

  View image | gettyimages.com Today I offer to you my Top 10 List of thing to pack in your hold baggage on your OCONUS PCS. This list is based on our experience arriving in Germany this month, moving into our apartment here, and receiving our hold baggage shipment. Are … Continue reading

Cycling in Small Town Missouri

Guest post by Jennifer Wassenaar Growing up in Farmington, Missouri, my older sister and I would ride our bikes up and down the street, to the park that was behind our home and to our grandparents’ houses.  I even remember mastering the art of riding with no hands. As I … Continue reading

Biking in Colorado Springs

This weekend, I took my mountain bike out for the first time since moving to Colorado Springs, Colorado two weeks ago. Having just purchased clipless pedals on Saturday, I wanted an easy trail to start with. Still compensating for my foot injury, I was also looking for a long enough … Continue reading

Ste Genevieve Chocolate Walk Pt. IV: Tour de Missouri Art Bikes

Who would imagine that athletics would inspire art in rural Missouri? But in two separate cases that I’ve witnessed personally, the Tour de Missouri bicycle race did exactly that. I blogged about a street mural that was painted in Farmington, Missouri the evening before the Tour de Missouri Stage 3 … Continue reading

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