Sometimes on the way to a dream, you get lost and find a better one.

Hello! I am stoked our paths have crossed! You’ve made your way to Worlds Between Lines. If you decide to hang around I can promise some good imagery, candid renditions on life and the inner workings of my brain all spelled out here.

When did this website start? Initially I built Worlds Between Lines to document by bicycle tour adventures. What you are seeing now is a recent rebuild after finding out my cPanel was hacked by someone in Algeria. I will be adding in all the content from the previous bicycle tours in time.

What is the purpose of this site? You’ll find writings of the world through my eyes, transparent, no filter. It’s my attempt to document the world that surrounds me and perhaps give someone like yourself a reason to look inward and strive for growth or simply an elegant way to view the web world. You’ll find my deepest opinions and harshest realities written along side my most memorable, enlightened, stoic moments.

Lets hit it off, so stick around yeah? Welcome to the open book of Patrick Hendry with all the triumphs that go along with it. Cheers!

Patrick Kyle Hendry


  • April 11, 2015
    Camping and Kayaking
    I have been spending more time in nature with the pups. Between my Ural Gear-Up, Advanced Elements kayak, and Mountain Hardware Trango 3, I am pretty equipped to enjoy the expanse of mother nature. When life starts to get stressful, it always a nice release to head out for...
    Nature - Recent - Serenity
  • February 22, 2015
    Winter In Norfolk, VA
    I thought I would take the time to document the events since the 2015 New Year. Life in downtown Norfolk has started to feel like home, rather I am carving out a place for myself to make it home. From my bed to office desk is literally a 90 second walk,...
    Events - Places - Recent - Thougths
  • December 6, 2014
    Rejoice In What You Do
    They who have done the lease make the greatest to-do of what they have done. A quirk in their character venerates the simplest deed they preform, and everything is made to appear marvelous. Even when speaking of others, self-applause is apparent in the theme of the praises they sing.
    Recent - Thougths
  • Patrick Hendry
    December 1, 2014
    Sharp Words Make More Wounds
    With rivals, and as a matter of decency when with others, select your words with caution. Sharp words make more wounds than surgeons can heal. There is always time to add a word, but none in which to take one back. Speak, therefore, as in a testament, for the fewer...
    Recent - Thougths