Weaving Community Connections On My Historic Bicycle

A thousand words and emotions are embedded in this image. My wife’s painting spent a month in the city council chambers a while back, and I was just now able to retrieve it from the Duluth Art Institute (by the way, leave all of February open to enjoy her upcoming show there — the Depot). Albert Woolson holds … More Weaving Community Connections On My Historic Bicycle

The Incomparable Advantages of Biking to School or Work

These past couple days I have had the privilege of escorting these cheerful children to school by bike. Here are 10 thoughts that just might change your life! 1. Commuting by bike is cooler and more socially accepted now than it has been in probably a century. While riding the paved bike path toward the … More The Incomparable Advantages of Biking to School or Work

Tales From the Pedaling Book Peddler, Part 3 – Unearthing Gold of Immeasurable Value

Every single trip spent delivering books by bike is meaningful. Powerful even. Well, in this case I was delivering a thank you note to the Mayor’s office. He purchased my book and carved out 15 minutes of his day to visit with me recently. The hourlong round-trip required to personally deliver a handwritten note to … More Tales From the Pedaling Book Peddler, Part 3 – Unearthing Gold of Immeasurable Value