Big Bend National Park
Río Grande Campground
I am finally retiring my Giant John Tomac Team Edition mountain bike. It was given to me by my nephew Derek over 15 years ago and I have had many many happy memories riding it in some of the most remote parts of the US, but all good things must come to an end.
Kim helped a lady put her life back together. She had a stroke over a year ago and Kim was indeed her angle of mercy. For the very small part that I played in helping, I was given her son’s , who passed away several years ago, his KHS XC-20 mountain bike. If I have half the fun I had on Giant I will be one happy camper.
Hi, Peter; Looks like your new bike has rear suspension as well as Rock Shock forks. Should be good. I didn’t know you were a bike rider. Best, Don
On Thu, Jan 6, 2022 at 3:33 PM PeterFlorczak’s Blog wrote:
> PeterFlorczak posted: ” Big Bend National Park Río Grande > Campground2022-01-06I am finally retiring my Giant John Tomac Team Edition > mountain bike. It was given to me by my nephew Derek over 15 years ago and > I have had many many happy memories riding it in some of the most remo” >
I am a big time bike rider when we travel, but not a true “mountain biker “. It gets me lots of places safely so that I can either enjoy them or photograph them. They both have front and rear shock, but the newer one is lighter and has disk brakes. I am really enjoying it.
See you soon.
It’s a beautiful sunny day.