It’s been a while since I’ve published any news or stories about the “adventures” in my life, but that’s all about to change. You see, in just 19 days I’ll be embarking on the next adventure, a trip from CA to South Carolina. The trip will crisscross the country, and is expected to take about 50 days or so. I expect to arrive in South Carolina on or about July 25th.
You see, I’ve decided to make a number of big changes in my life, and as part of these changes, I’ll no longer be working in High-Tech in permanent, executive positions. Instead, I’ve decided to do some consulting work, and enjoy what might be called partial retirement.
That said, I expect to pack up my place in Belmont, and begin this journey on the morning of June 2nd. Along the way, I expect to stop at National Parks & Monuments, friends and family, historical sites, and just about anywhere else my little bike can take me.
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The new adventure will simply be called “Cliff’s X-Country Adventure”. If you’d like to receive alerts to the new posts, you’ll need to subscribe to the newsletters, and select the newsletter called X-Country Adventure.
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Welcome to my next Adventure.