One of the crew, with Dr Laudie, DDS
Husband, Scott, 4 grown offspring, 1 daughter Corryne, her husband John, 3 sons, Sid, Reece and Sage, and our fur child, Roxy.
To be present at as many gravel grinding events as possible, along with helping women find their inner strength, if its running, cycling or just moving for exercise. Women need to focus on lifting each other up, to be supportive, and love on one another. Women are built for riding gravel, we can pace ourselves to finish strong, we don’t give up easy, and stubborn should be our middle names. Ride your race, walk a hill if you need to, do you and don’t worry about what others will think, just ride!
You can find me:
Out on the gravel in the Flint Hills, weekly group rides and I live in Madison, which means I will lead some rides in my neck of the woods (gravel and hills). I will post on my own and Gravel City Adventure Facebook pages about rides and the routes, for the weekends the weather is cooperative.
Most people don’t know:
On the outside, I always have my nails painted and I appear to be slightly high maintenance, but I would rather be outside, camping, riding my bike, hiking, kayaking or just lounging in a lawn chair at a lake or river. I think I was suppose to be a pioneer woman in the 1880s.