That is the question . . .
Guess I will . . .
As I sit here planning for the new season of Katy Trail bikers, which includes rebuilding the website . . . thus the BLOG . . . I can't help but reminisce about this past year and all that has transpired. For me it was a new city, new job, new inn, new experiences and new friends . . .
It has been enjoyable and challenging and I'm ready to do it again. The Katy Trail brings hundreds of people into the community of Jefferson City and it's good business all the way around. The pedestrian bike trail, which is a relatively new addition, has made it more convenient and enticing to spend time here.
I love having the bikers at the inn. There is an amazing spirit from those that decide to ride, sometimes as far as 240 miles, just because . . .
The camaraderie between these folks, as they challenge the trail, is inspiring. Everyone is a friend and each is ready to help any other biker in need. They come from all walks of life, but when they walk in the front door to check in, they all have something in common. They are tired, hot, thirsty and very dusty!
It doesn't take them long to relax, unwind and refresh at the inn, then they are usually heading out for dinner that evening, and if they got in early enough, they like to make it to the capitol or High Street to check out the shops and restaurants.
Then its a good night's sleep, a nutritious breakfast in the morning and they're off again . . .