Cycling to somewhere better

I’ve finally emerged from a haze of jet lag and head cold. Although both lingered longer than I wanted or expected, I’ve been able to have the rest I must’ve needed.

So while I’ve been recovering, there hasn’t been much riding or writing or reading (blog writers, I’ll be visiting again soon 🙂 ). But there are stories in the making.

Over the coming weeks, I have some travel tales to tell about cycling in Sweden’s second largest city and also an interesting story about the wonderful Brompton bicycle.

In the meantime, I’d like to share with you an article I wrote for the winter issue of the Retiree Magazine which was published while I was travelling: 

I hope you are warm, well and enjoying where you are.



19 Comments on “Cycling to somewhere better

  1. Hi Gail, glad you are back and enjoying good health again. Wonderful to be published and am sure the trip to Norway, was fun and great! Take care and have a lovely day! 🙂

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    • Hi Iris, thanks! The trip was a lot of fun – perhaps I overdosed 😉
      I’m really happy to be back on deck and look forward to reading your poetry again soon. Your poems always deliver a gentle moment to my day. Thanks for your well wishes Iris and I hope you have a lovely day ahead of you 🙂

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  2. Hi Gail,

    I have been enjoying your blog. Congratulations on the great article published in Retiree. Keep riding,writing and inspiring us all.


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    • Hi Wendy, thanks! It’s always encouraging to know that something I’ve written has been enjoyed. I really appreciate your thoughts. 🙂 Gail.


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