You will find this published story on the Rails to Trails Conservancy Blog. Riding these trails has been so impactful; it has brought me a healthy way to work out the stresses of life—and a peace of mind. Two more bonuses have been improving my physical condition and learning more about my local businesses. LikeContinue reading “Reclaiming My Health and Community Connection on America’s Rail-Trails During the Pandemic”
Shopping for a bike during the pandemic can take longer than normal. If getting a bike is on your to do list, I’d recommend getting a jump start and begin the process now. Its crazy but some high end manufacturers and popular bikes/builds have anticipated deliveries of March 2022.
We drove through rolling hills and expansive farmland to arrive at, “America’s Little Switzerland,” or New Glarus, Wisconsin where the Sugar River Trail starts. You could instantly see what attracted the small colony from Switzerland that emigrated in the 1800’s and settled in the area. The quaint town with its alpine style architecture and flowerContinue reading “The Sugar River Trail – A Winding Trail of History”
Meet owner of Harvest Room, Christ Sirigas. Him and his wife Carri opened Harvest
In the southwest suburbs of Chicago, you will find one of the most historic riding trails of that area, the Calumet Saganashkee Trail aka the Cal-Sag Trail.