We’ve been a little behind in updating the travel blog because we’ve been devoting more time to some of our other interests on the interwebs! In this “little” recap I’ll go back and tell you where you can find what we’ve been working on lately, details about our next adventure and what travel we’ve done in the last year! So, in the words of P!nk, let’s get this party started!
It’s been a couple weeks, but I wanted to share a
brief (wow it kinda got long) follow up to our biking adventure. After 38 miles of riding, a wipeout and adding additional miles to a triathlon we had quite the adventure.
Do you want to know how to quickly lead people to believe that you’re crazy?
Step 1: Sign up for a triathlon (easy enough)
Step 2: Train for said triathlon (slightly more challenging, but still doable)
Step 3: Ride your bike 37 miles to get to the triathlon before racing in it (umm….ya)
Hey there! It’s been a while since we’ve posted so I just wanted to welcome all of the new readers who are spending time around these parts. I see you guys looking around, so I just wanted to formally welcome each and every one of you to our little corner of the internet. It’s nice having you here
The past couple months we’ve been happily enjoying our Chicago summer from the comfort of our own home. Sleeping in our own bed, stepping out of the house into the hot sun, as usual we’ve really enjoyed it.
Well our traveling, as with the posting on the site, has been quite sparse during this time, but last weekend we took a tiny roadtrip down to St. Louis to spend a few days with our friends and check out some of the sights.
Do you mean the non-roadtrippers took a roadtrip? We sure did.
We’ve all been there. Most of us have spent every single hour of our logged flight time there. We’ve all experienced the ups and downs of Economy Class airfare.
We’ve flown Economy or Economy Plus (thanks for the legroom United!) for every flight but one that we’ve taken over the years. First class to Hawaii was amazing, but that’s very off-topic for today. Today we’re talking about the nearly foolproof method that we’ve discovered to avoid an ever present frustration when flying Economy Class, noisy, crying, and sometimes downright rude, children.