Setting physical and mental challenges for myself drives me; whether it's learning a new skill, going back to school, or training for an endurance mountain bike race. I love to be outside, spend time with family & friends, travel to new places, capture memories by photo, eat good food, drink good coffee and wine. I enjoy the simple things in life. Last but not least... I love to ride bikes and motorcycles!
My most memorable ride was an unsupported bike trip across Israel and part of Egypt in 1999. There was a rumor that Pink Floyd was going to perform at the Pyramids of Giza on December 31 for a Millenium show so I convinced a friend of mine to come with me. Jean Michel Jarre, a pioneer in electronica, new age and ambient music held a 12 hour concert with over 120,000 people in attendance. The pyramids were backlit in green with thousands of neon inflattable pool rafts and beach balls soaring through the air all night. The entire evening was surreal. Another trip highlight was when bedoins offered to trade 100 camels for me in the Sinai.
Anxiously waiting for a 2014 Remedy! Seven Aerious Titanium for the pavement. Harley Sportster 1200 custom Cafe
JG, Jenny G, Goldstein, Henny...
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes Jewish College, St. Louis, MO; Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of Missouri St.Louis
wherever TT sends me
Nurse on Kidney, Liver & Pancreas Transplant floor of Barnes Jewish Hospital, Commercial Real Estate Management, Bike Messenger in San Francisco / St. Louis, Inside Sales GT Bicycles