I don’t get permission….but it’s so good….

I don’t have permission to post this.

I don’t know how to get permission.

I should get permission.

It’s illegal not to get permission.

But….this is too good not to share.

It’s a short article from the Oct 2014 issue of an excellent magazine called Bicycle Times that Beth Puliti wrote.

I hope she’s not P.O.’ d that I shared it.

“How can you afford it?”

Man….that’s a question that keeps me grounded and in a static place….marooned in the familiar while I look out my window and watch the funhogs zoom by on mountain and road bikes…watching while they laugh and have fun in the Carolina sunshine.

And….Beth Puliti answers that question well in this short article.

Turns out….it’s a question of priorities….it’s a matter of working towards a goal that, when realized, turns out to more affordable than you think.

Some of the best experiences in my life have been ones where I spent very little money.

I guess that I just have to remember that.

I don’t have permission to scan and distribute this article.

It’s a great article.

I hope I don’t get prosecuted or “cease and desisted”.

I couldn’t afford that.

Don’t sue me, Beth Puliti.

Don’t sue me, Bicycle Times.

Thanks for a great article, Beth.
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About Peter Rorvig

I'm a non-practicing artist, a mailman, a husband, a father...not listed in order of importance. I believe that things can always get better....and that things are usually better than we think.

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