Rollerblading – 16th State

July 14, 2006 at 9:41 pm 1 comment

Keeping with my traveling tradition, I packed my rollerblades and brought them along to Colorado.  Last night, I went rollerblading with my ten-year old cousin, Allison.   That makes Colorado the 16th U.S. State I’ve rollerbladed in.

Allison Rollerblading

Young Allison was not the first of my cousins to rollerblade with me.  That honor would go to Samantha Sawyer– who rollerbladed with me in Bethany Beach, Delaware.

P.S.  The other states I’ve rollerbladed in:

  • Virginia (numerous venues– most commonly Occoquan and the Huckleberry Trail)
  • Delaware (Bethany Beach with Samantha)
  • Texas (with Brian Nenninger who jogged)
  • Georgia (on beautiful Jekyll Island)
  • Lousiana (in New Orlean’s Audubon Park)
  • Tennesee (the perfect River Trail in Chattanooga)
  • Kentucky (some waterfront trail in Louisville)
  • Michigan (Vincent Court in Lansing)
  • Maryland (Assateague Island)
  • Minnesota (One of the many bike paths in Hibbing)
  • Wisconsin (Heistand Park)
  • Nevada (Sunset Park)
  • Florida (Bike Path that ran along A1A)
  • Pennsylvania (Montour Bike path near McMurray)
  • Kansas (Prawnee Praire Park)

Entry filed under: Allison Sawyer, Colorado, Rollerblading, Samantha Sawyer.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Jssica  |  November 14, 2008 at 8:02 pm

    what kind of rollerblades do u hav?

    Reply

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