Posted by: Travis | June 10, 2011

Ketchup and Rubber Buns

Life has been pretty hectic lately. While working full time at the bike shop (i could write for days about how much fun i’m having working at PAB), trying to get the miles in on the new Moots (so unbelievably awesome), moving out of our apartment and into a temporary spot, prepping for the move back to Texas, hanging out with Rachel and Coop, getting some quality time in with friends before we leave, trying to get the last few items checked off our California bucket list, and making a dent on my law school summer reading list, there just hasn’t been much time to blog.There’s been lots to write about, just no time to write.

The Moots is thiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiis close to being done. I stayed up at the shop late last night with Niel building the wheels. Now we’re just waiting on the saddle. Hopefully i’ll have some pictures of it up soon.

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the future of this blog. Obviously, if we’re living in Texas, and i’m going to law school instead of working at a startup, the name of this blog becomes obsolete. While i have thoroughly enjoyed having a place to organize my thoughts on certain subjects, whether i have 100 readers a day or zero, i’m not sure how much i’ll be able to write while in law school and working as a lawyer post-law school. My guess is that i’ll probably create some sort of new blog or website once we get to Texas, but at the moment i don’t have an idea of what it will be like.

So stay tuned, and thanks for your support over the last 4 years.

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