But he can sure ride a bike! I just returned from spending two weeks abroad in Seoul, S. Korea, Shanghai and Beijing, China and damn, Continue reading Charlie Don’t Surf
So, I took a short break from the site. It was a much needed hiatus. I had some soul searching to do, some apologies to Continue reading A lot of shit can happen in a month.
I posted a reply to someone else’s post about Congresswoman Gifford’s status, in essence calling bullshit on the whole, “I heard it form a guy Continue reading Some good news…
It’s getting very hot in Tucson. The map shows pink areas. This ain’t pretty. But there are no mosquitoes here, yet. My time in Tucson Continue reading Current status: Bicycles: 2 ea. 1 ton trucks: 2 ea.
I have always had a love/hate relationship with the Superstition mountains to the east of Phoenix. It is where the suburbs stop and the mountains begin. Therefore, Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: Finding hidden gold in the Superstitions
About eight years ago, while I was working at Rose Bike Shop in Orono, Maine, I came across an old Raleigh Gran Prix that I Continue reading Changes like Bowie
Spring has sprung, daylights saving time occured, my research life has picked up, and I am easily distracted. The end result is that the all Continue reading A Bunch of Stuff Related to Bikes
Behold. Chess boxing. I thought it was just a Wu Tang song. NPR article. by
I have a couple events to tell you about. If you are not in Arizona, feel free to stop reading now. It looks like the Continue reading Local Happenings (AZ)
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“enjoyment obtained from the troubles of others” Yup. Sounds about right. edited to add : I like the idea of buying local. Don’t we all? Continue reading Schadenfreude
I’m probably off the back on this one too, but I’m going to share it anyway. Great insight into life in the caravan and how Continue reading PRO