April 2, 2011
I like all sorts of outdoor activities, and I'm already a member of the Louisville Kayak group and the Outdoor Women of Louisville.
Heard it mentioned somewhere or another. All the outdoorsy groups around here seem to be connect in one way or another :)
Yes I have read the terms of service for this site.
Day hikes for now. I would need to buy equipment for overnight hikes.
I've hiked casually.
Hi Mikel. Wish you would have said hi-- I was a bit preoccupied-- sorry! As to showing up the other day, I was really just looking for interesting conversation and new ideas... Keeps my brain and heart from getting crusty! (-; Thanks! See you again some time.
Thanks Mikel, I'll join those as well. I'm over here in Madisonville, not many groups around here. lol The wife and I just returned from the Reason Rally and had such a great time we're looking for other Rally's and Events to participate in. And get to know other free-minded people as well. I look forward to getting to know you and your group.
Hi Mikel:) I work at night and may not be as active in the group as I'd like to be. I am just happy to be connected to some other people who won't be trying to shove Xtianity down my throat. I have only lived here in the 'Ville since Oct. 2009. Sundays are pretty much the only day I am ever free. I check into facebook a few times a week (I'm trying for every day)
Well, thank you! I'm actually Eric, but I'm happy to be here! I see that someone is asking about some good literature. I just finished 'The Jesus Mysteries: Was the 'Original' Jesus a Pagan God' by Timothy Freke. The references alone make the book amazing. It's confirmed what I've studied for years and years, and the historical perspective is hard to debate! Frankly, I think any religious person should read it just to gain insight into how manipulated religious literature really is!
Can you give me some recommended reads? I read an article posted about 9-12 months ago and loved it.
Hello Mikel, I am Bill Kilby and seem to not have access to the boards. All of them are read only and no place to make a comment on post. Am I missing something? Thanks
No, it doesn't matter if you need to stop and walk cause I do after the second loop usually. I would be happy to run at what ever pace you are comfortable. No worries. And since its been getting a bit dark on us, we've been running the gravel track: flat and easy!
Hi to both of you!
Please say hi when you get there.
I truly admire an open Atheist in Kentucky. I grew up in a small town in Oregon, and caught lots of backlash for my Atheist views. The Bay Area has the opposite problem. Here so many are without god(s) that few see any reason to become involved in secularism.