Bogart’s Stand-in

July 14th, 2011

7-14-11Before pushing into Indiana this evening, I had a very busy, last day in and around Louisville.
Though it was a scheduled day off, I rode nearly 30 miles anyway. It was relatively cool and I want to keep my “banked” hours at 100 miles or so. Having great exposure in the Highlands along Bardstown Road I decided to also ride through Cherokee Park. It was a great move. I met and talked with many people in the park. Terry Meiners a radio personality from 84WHAS radio stopped by as I was taking a quick break in the park and asked if he could interview me on his drive-time show, of course I agreed. Rae, a college student loved The Kindness Bike she said she was gonna go straight home and put similar signs on her bike. Sherry was walking her two pampered pooches, Scout and Jack. She agreed to let her dogs pose with me for today’s blog…no Bogart, you are not being replaced!
A very big thanks to Patti of Louisville, a big supporter and cheerleader for the cause of One Million Acts Of Kindness. She wants to see this movement spread globally. Bill Dean and his wife Shannon who own a Salon in the Highlands, are new followers, they helped me with lodging and some of the comforts of home. Thank you to all the residents of Louisville for such a warm welcome during my extended stay.

Leave a Reply