I took the kids out to Grant’s trail for a quick evening ride. Corvin got some time on the 36″ unicycle. We had a great time!
It has been a while since I last brought my unicycle into the office. There were several new people that might be interested in trying it out. Let the fun begin!
They did okay, but I don’t think any of them are going to pursue it any farther.
I was going to KC to pick up Sonora after a week with her cousins. I got the bright idea to leave early and ride on the Katy Trail in Boonville, MO. So I jumped out of work early and packed up getting on the road quickly. I was in Boonville before I knew it and crossed north over the Missouri river to a trail head. I went east towards Rocheport, MO hoping to reach the town.
I did see some fantastic sights along the way. I turned around after the 8 mile mark and came all the way back and then some more to go over the Missouri river.
I ended up riding about 18 miles on a perfect evening. On the remaining drive to KC, I told my dad I was coming in so they would expect me. Then in the morning, I went out to the campsite and picked Sonora up. It was a very quick out and back, but worth it to spend that one on one time with Sonora in the car.
Corvin and I went out for a unicycle ride on the Katy Trail. We didn’t set any distance or time records, but we did spend time together. I like hearing Corvin talk about his life and the things that interest him. He even got up on the big unicycle for a bit. While he can do it, its still a little much for him. But at the rate he is growing and getting better, its only a matter of time.
I’ve switched 100% to the 36″ unicycle. The only way to get better is to go out and ride it. Today I went out to the River Des Peres trail to ride as its rather flat. I got some cool shadow photos while I was riding.
Shortly after, I managed to wreck and cut my finger, I”m still not sure how. My confidence was low and this didn’t help, so I called it a short ride day.