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Lava Hot Springs and Risk Taking

Lava Hot Springs

I've mentioned before that Idaho is full of volcanic activity, and the spring's heat originates from an ancient volcano that's constantly venting.

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Mastermind Group for Business Authors Forming in April

man in a library reading "the ultimate book on leadership"

I'm forming a new mastermind for non-fiction authors beginning April 11, 2013. Download this PDF with all the details

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Craters of the Moon

We could wake up tomorrow morning and find that Yellowstone as we know it is gone. Its ultimate destiny is to look like Craters of the Moon.

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Middle Aged Motorcycling Urges

Biker Bunnies with my bike in Lava Hot Springs

The man, on the other hand, took action. "Hey, ladies. Are you the biker bunnies with those motorcycles out in the parking lot?"

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Putting Myself in Time Out

My ever-patient friend and traveling companion, Jill

Yesterday I talked about repairing my gas tank cap with duct tape, and I promised to tell the back story. Here it is, and it has a lot to do with impatience.

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Ode to Duct Tape

I never appreciated the versatility of duct tape before I became a motorcyclist. Here's a story of how it saved the day while riding off road in Nevada.

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Biker Talk 101

Just like the evening news, people seem to want to lead with what bleeds as a conversation starter. Not a productive start to a relationship eh?

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Live Like a Shepherd

I didn't know what it was when I first saw it, but then learned that shepherds would live in these 7'x8' abodes as they tended their grazing herds.

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It’s Never Too Late!

Shirly learned to ride a motorcycle in her 70's! Isn't she radiant?

Meet my friend Shirly, from southern, Idaho. I met her in 2010 in Cheyenne, Wyoming when we Conga riders rallied. She was 78 at the time!

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Floydfest 2013

The 80-acre plateau where Floyd is located is turned into tent city for Floydfest, so hopefully you've taken my advice to try camping.

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