Matt and I went on another long bike ride on Sunday, this time we headed north to Fernandina Beach. (The motorcycle picture was taken in Jacksonville beach, however, the far superior beach of the two.) We had some appetizers and a couple of beers while watching the Jaguars at a local bar, hung out near the water for a bit, and then had a couple of beers at a biker bar called Hammerhead. While all of the clientele were mine and Matt's seniors by at least a decade, it was a really cool group of folks to hang out with. The biker crowd may look rough, but they're some of the most genuine people you will ever meet.
Last weekend was our first taste of cooler temperatures, and I was excited to break out my favorite Forever 21 cropped jacket. The scarf was more for function than fashion, I learned on my first long-distance motorcycle ride about the effects of high speeds on dirty roads on my skin, so while we were riding I kept the scarf over my face to keep the dirt out of my pores. I'm sure I was a sight to see, riding around with a scarf over my face!
We catered UNF's Founder's Day lunch today, and my outfit started out as an intent to show my Osprey Spirit in blue and gray. After some playtime in my closet, however, I ended up in a floral dress with a gray cardigan. But there's still blue and gray in the mix, right?