Shannon Stacey

Pinning Kowalskis

For my fellow Pinterest addicts, I’ve started a board called Kowalski Stuff of Doom. It’s a work in progress, but I’m adding some visuals that either inspired me during the writing of the Kowalski series or that I think can help readers picture some things they might not be familiar with.

Of course, now I really want to ride my four-wheeler, but we’re heading into mud season. I hate mud season. *cries* At least I have Pinterest to play with!

4 comments to “Pinning Kowalskis”

  1. Becky
      · March 14th, 2013 at 11:14 am · Link

    Sounds really cool, will definitly check it out. I don’t have an account through pinterest but I have found many activites for my classes on there.

    i don’t want to rub it in or anything, but I went four-wheeling last weekend when it actually got in the 50’s here ;-) We have a side-by-side so it makes it nicer when it’s colder/snowy/rainy etc. Now we’ve got snow back on the ground but supposed to warm up again this weekend. Hubby’s planning another trip, you’re welcome to join us here in WV :-)

  2. Becky
      · March 14th, 2013 at 11:29 am · Link

    Just checked it out, pretty awesome. I have the exact same helmet as you! Ha, that’s one of the many reasons I liked Keri’s story so mucht, I connected with her when joe bought her the helmet b/c my hubby picked out and bought mine for me :-)

  3. Shannon
      · March 14th, 2013 at 3:29 pm · Link

    I have friends who’ve ridden in WV and I’ve heard it’s gorgeous! I’ve also heard there’s a lot of shale and I’m a chicken when it comes to loose rock. But my husband and I definitely want to ride there someday.

    Our trails don’t open until May 18th. MAY! Woe is me.

  4. Becky
      · March 14th, 2013 at 3:50 pm · Link

    It is beautiful around here, that’s why I love to go. We have the Hatfield/McCoy trails all around WV but I’ve never been on them. We just usually ride around on private but open land. We do have a lot of rock but it’s never been a problem, you wouldn’t have anything to worry about. We do have some steep, rocky hills which can be hard on ya on an ATV.

    May will be here before you know it ;-)

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