Hello World!

Greetings!

20121215-SelfWhy read my blog?  I’m a new randonneur and will write from the perspective of a novice rider.  I have a dry sense of humor and tend to be a bit sarcastic and gritty (without profanity).  That alone could make my entries interesting to those who understand my wit.  My goal is to complete a Super Randonneur series (200km, 300km, 400km, and 600km events) in 2013.  I’ll share my experiences to include my triumphs, my shortfalls, and my journey toward “getting it right” with regards to packing, dressing, gearing, nutrition, resting, etc.  My blog will be geniune and complete, even if I eventually quit, which I hope won’t happen.  So check out my blog and let’s see where it goes.

Until Next Time,

Scott, RUSA #8059

About Scott

I grew up near Houston, TX and joined the U. S. Coast Guard in 1986. I am trained on electronics and taught myself the basics about automotive systems and to perform some of my own maintenance (cars and bicycles). I became involved with Amateur Radio and computers in 1995. The explosion of technology has made my job and several of my hobbies quite interesting. I retired from the Coast Guard in 2016 and continue to work in the the electronics systems engineering field. My hobbies include Volkswagens, bicycling, electronics, amateur radio, web management, and reptiles. Visit my websites to learn more.
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One Response to Hello World!

  1. Jacob says:

    Great writeup, Scott. That certainly captured the essence of the journey. Let me know when you are ready to go at it again!

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