I sat around the coffee shop for a little while relaxing and then biked east into Frisco. The town had a good feel to it so I lingered around and decided to explore a bit. I ate at a Mexican restuarant and biked back down the road in the direction of the town library. I initially parked outside and was trying to connect to the internet but it was too windy and I packed up and walked inside. I took the bike with me since I didnt want it to go missing and because there was nothing to lock it to. Well, of course I got stopped bringing it in. Gerry Burns stopped me and I told him why I was bringing the bike inside. He told me I could leave it in a back room and he walked me around the building and we left it in a secure location. I walked back across the building to the library and plugged in my laptop and started blogging and catching up on events. After a short while, Gerry returned with a woman. He explained to me she worked in city hall and wanted to know what I was doing and was interested in publishing it in the monthly newsletter. I didnt know at the time but the groundfloor was split in 2 parts, one side was the library and the other was the city hall, where I parked the bike. We talked for a bit and then walked over to city hall where I met a few of the staff members. One was the media relations department head and she put me in contact with a local reporter who did a phone interview and ran the story 5 days later. I left the library and rode further east and met up with a friend and went out for coffee again. I ended the day by riding another 10 miles or so into Plano and getting a hotel for the night.
This sign made my morning that much better
Library and City Hall