Short weekend trip to the South Llano River State Park. It’s a small park just outside of Junction. Short weekend because Continue reading “South Llano River State Park”
I wrote about one of these previously and when doing a long of long-distance motorcycle touring, had given the idea of a personal emergency device some real thought. The long-distance (relatively speaking) cycling has brought that back to mind. Continue reading “Personal locator beacons”
Good idea, not always possible. For active people on two wheels or four, on snow or water, hiking, hunting or whatever — something or somebody can whack you. I have been lucky in around a quarter-million miles on a motorcycle and now closing in on 1000 miles on a bicycle (plus skiing, hiking, kayaking) — often alone — to not have been hurt along the way.
My friend John Chalmers was wearing a RoadID the other day when we rode together — an item about which I had thought before — and that spurred me to get one. Not expensive and it makes medical and contact info immediately available to first responders. I plan to wear mine 24/7 as soon as it comes in the mail. If you are active, think about it. Click the logo for more info.