“2020 wasn’t easy for any of us. The pandemic and political and social unrest have been at the forefront of our collective minds. In the best of cases, fear and a lack of social contact can take its toll on my psyche, leaving me feeling isolated and depressed. And for many others, circumstances have proven much worse. Darkness seems to hover in the air.
What has that meant for me?
More riding. And longer rides. And this summer, I found myself being drawn to personal thoughts of the distant past. What if I were to travel to places I once lived? Would pleasant memories surface, and could I draw comfort from them? What do these towns look like now? Will I recognize them? How much have they changed?
How much have I changed?”
Excerpt from “A Time Machine,” a guest blog entry on Steve Williams’ “Scooter in the Sticks.”