Full details of the Photo Print giveaway / contest that’s being run through November 20th!
This blog was prompted, believe it or not, by a troll commenting on Harley-Davidson’s Facebook page. This fellow was egging on Harley riders by posting pictures of his lime-green sport bike and boasting about how it outperformed Harley bikes in every way imaginable: better acceleration, better handling, better brakes… on and on. He might well… Continue reading The Truth about Riding Motorcycles
Graduating from college comes with a lot of excitement and change. You and your friends are making life decisions that will affect all of your relationships. Some of you will return home after college, some of you will stay in one place. Some may travel temporarily, and some may move across the U.S. to tackle… Continue reading Exploring Outdoors to Maintain College Relationships
In this blog written by a new contributor, HaleyK describes her experience and satisfaction in purchasing a vehicle that allows her to enjoy travel far more thoroughly!
How a chilly and sleepy evening changed the course of my future culinary experiences forever….
Like everything in my life, I’m a day late and a dollar short with this post, but it’s better late than never. Yesterday was the two year anniversary of the day I bought my Jeep. This may seem relatively trivial to you, but as a Jeep owner, I can attest to the fact that owning… Continue reading Two Year Jeepiversary
Tired of the string of brake lights to start and end your work day? We invite you to consider a better alternative.
Convenience: A Eulogy to American Culture.
A story written by guest author Brian Kohl: You ever plan the way something is going to go, and it blows up in your face? Like most people, I have faced a few life-changing decisions in the past few years. I exited the military after almost 8 years of service, worked in a shithole… Continue reading My Time in the Fast Lane, as Lived by a Moderately Slow Man
Today our country stands on the edge of a precipice of our own making. The actions of the few, those who we elected as our political representatives, have had (and could continue to have) serious negative repercussions on the many. As we watch, waiting anxiously for word that our chosen government will continue to honor… Continue reading TBR gets patriotic on the eve of the Debt Ceiling precipice