Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Motorcycle Writer

Every time I talk to someone about riding a motorcycle one of the first things they say is, “Toooo dangerous.”I thought this way myself for most of my life. I did ride off-road motorcycles, though. Blasting through the woods at … Continue reading

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Doing What You Love

I like to think I raised my kids right. Fed them a steady diet of Led Zeppelin, Moody Blues, Pink Floyd, and other classic rock during their formative years. They have branched out, and I wouldn’t have it any other … Continue reading

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D-Day: June 6, 1944

Sixty-seven years ago today, the largest amphibious invasion of all time began. Hundreds of thousands of allied troops, from support locations as far-flung as Australia, to the men landing on the shores of Hitler’s Fortress Europe, opened the Second Front … Continue reading

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Goals Are Hard

I might have mentioned I play soccer. It was a passion that began when I was eight years-old. My next door neighbor in Virginia, a Marine Corps major who went on to become a general, encouraged my brother and I … Continue reading

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