We found some amazing hills to bike around at Chino Hills State Park, you should try it out some time! It wasn’t too hard of a course, and I didn’t get too scared going down those hills. We rode for over two hours and were absolutely exhausted at the end of it. But, it was all worth it for that sunset! Thanks to a few answered prayers, we made it back to the car just before the last glimpse of light disappeared beyond the hills. Hope you’re enjoying a fun filled Christmas vacay too! I make it look so easy… HA well this was just the beginning!^^ We may have gotten a little lost… good thing GPS still works out here!
Sometimes when you dream about places far away from you, you forget how amazing places right next to you can be. What started out as a craigslist purchase from someone living in Sacramento, turned into a day adventure to our state’s capitol. The two hour drive was worth it, because I got to sport my sun hat and cash in my free salad/open burrito from the Chipotle festival! It was HOT and sunny; a nice change from the cool and foggy summer weather we usually enjoy on the SF peninsula.
My biking wardrobe consists of leggings and any combination of a: skirt, oversized tee, summer dress, or loose sweater. I’ve seen girls bike in skirts without wearing leggings, but I would rather not flash passersby!
See more pictures of Sacramento!!
(I’m actually in Hong Kong right now, but I finally have more than 2 minutes of wifi, and have a whopping hour to blog! Here’s another taste of our adventures in Taiwan…)
The most important part of this trip was all the special people in my life, who I was able to see again. The second most special part of the trip was the scenery!
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Asians love their pens. Every color, every style!