Posted by Perrin Derrick On June 23, 2014
Years ago my mountain bike went missing from my front porch. I miss that bike. It was a large frame bike for a big body boy.
Fast forward 5 years and I’m back on a bike. Friday Grason and I test road a few bikes at Corpus bike shops. It was great to be riding even if it was just around the parking lot. My hip doesn’t hurt while riding so this is a good thing.
We are in San Angelo right now and my father inlaw was nice enough to let me ride his new mountain bike. After 6 miles on the road I had a flat front tire.
I walked the bike to the auto part store and bought some slime and a pump. Next, I buzzed to china-mart and grabbed a new tube and a snickers bar.
Well after my tail bone was soar I kept riding and completed my 16.39 mile ride.
No one was riding with me, there were no time trials, but this was a victory. Since December my hip has been off and on. I was happy to discover my body was feeling great after a 16 mile ride. I hope to hit the trail soon. I’m also in the market for a new XL bicycle.
I will post about my bicycling companion app “Map My Ride” after a few rides.
Posted by Perrin Derrick On June 17, 2014
“I’ve got a long way to get before I get back home” – Bob Schneider just played as I’m writing. Sounds like a great way to start this blog about my life.
Today I’m trying to complete a few video projects and decide what and how to work-over the office edit bay.
I closed in my outdoor patio last summer and have been working in this shell. Its great to be able to crank out projects and be close to the family. My big blowout window faces the backyard. The backyard has a large tree-house and swing-set I watch the kids play on why I edit. This edit bay is very functional but looks like hell. So that is one of my projects this week. I must find a plan and the energy to complete the little studio at the home.
Here is a look at the main studio office I work in.
That is it for now.
Posted by Perrin Derrick On June 17, 2014
Derrick Perrin here. Starting up a new blog to step away from other popular social media conglomerates.
Over the last few years I have setup and ran blogs for my own business and a hired hand to help other small businesses get sites and information out to their customers. This will be a journey for me. I cant spell for shit and really don’t care where commas go. I’m blessed/cursed with plenty of sarcasm to go around and like to share funny stories. Thanks for taking time to take a look at me and my ramblings. -Derrick
Posted by Perrin Derrick On June 1, 2014
The Aerobie’s AeroPress Coffee – Espresso Maker is my friend.
On my 36th birthday I received an Areopress coffee maker. Kendra, I thank you for this little kitchen gem.
Dollar for dollar this is the best coffee machined I have ever owned.
Derrick Perrin makes AreoPress Espresso
- Must heat water before using
- Proprietary filter – can be replaced with a metal washable one for a fee
- Uses 2x more coffee than a drip system
- Great tasting coffee
- Travels well on camping trips
- Really good tasting coffee treats
If you have a chance I would try one out. I have started giving these as gifts because I like the product so much.
So there you have it… espresso pressed coffee right there where you are. If you are a big time “Franchise Coffee” buyer and you want to save a buck on your coffee treats you might want to connect with this little press.
Posted by Perrin Derrick On July 1, 2011
After cleaning out my garage I left my 2005 HARDROCK COMP DISC bicycle next to my front door. I bought this bike from the Pedal bicycle shop in Corpus Christi on 09/30/2005. Someone took it from my property and I was crushed. That was my first new bike since I was in middle-school and I really liked it. When I worked in downtown Corpus Christi I would keep it at my office and ride around during breaks.
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A tall person can ride a short bike but a short person could not fit on this tall bike. I’m sure the thief just saw something bright and shiny and made it their own. I would like that thief to bring my bike back to me.
Here is another image of the style of bike.