Jan
11
2009

Understanding in the new year

The end of this past year was to be as per usual, but ended up being something completely different. Instead of staying in town and celebrating a glowing pinecone, or seeing everyone that left town come back for the holiday, I ended up going on a roadtrip with an old friend that I hadn’t seen or heard from in years. The general gist of the trip was to do whatever, in search of something different for the new year. We ended up heading towards New Orleans as part of the original plan. Case Miller and crazy bike adventures awaited. Both did not fail to deliver a wonderful time, as neither did the trip itself, nor the renewed amity. Here’s a lil video of the bike craziness:

New Orleans was much different than expected, a place with innumerable examples of dark and light. We were in & around the Bywater, between the French Quarter and 9th Ward. Things like the houses and people were amazing, but there were plenty of hints at the not so fun… like bulletin boards covered with rewards for information on murders and crimestopper fliers. It was really good to see how Case was doing down there. Oh, and the food… the southern food!

Overall, I have a renown interest in getting out and adventuring more. I have a warm place in my heart for enjoying time with others once again. I’ll definitely be making my way out around the world more this year.

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