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What’s Knitting got to do with Motorcycle Adventures?

Stereotypes of "who" knits and "who" rides a motorcycle are abundant and contradictory. I do both!

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What I Packed and Listened To

People often ask how difficult it is to pack for six weeks on a motorcycle. It's pretty easy when you get in the groove. Simplicity is the watchword. Oh, and quick-dry fabrics.

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Headed East

Friday morning my traveling companion, Dusty, and I turned east at Reedsport, Oregon.  From this point, daylight will no longer be on our side...moving south and east means shorter days.

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San Francisco Meetup!

According to Christina Shook, "San Francisco is the American epicenter of female motorcyclists."  She should know -- she lives there and based her book, Chicks on Bikes, on women cyclists in the area.

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International Motorcycle Show Newbie Recap

I met some wonderful women motorcyclists from the region's motorcycling clubs.Then there were my fellow speakers, Alisa Clickenger, who solo-traveled from RI to Argentina, and Sharon Cancel aka"Lady Ninja," who owns Full Tilt Motorsports.

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Reverb10, Day 31: Core Story

I always wanted to write for a living, always wanted to travel. The camel believed this was impossible. The lion in me won't have it any other way. Ultimately Spirit is my judge, not my creditors, not the IRS, and not you.

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Reverb10, Day 30: Gift

Prompt: This month, gifts and gift-giving can seem inescapable. What’s the most memorable gift, tangible or emotional, you received this year?

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Reverb10, Day 29: Defining Moment

Prompt: Describe a defining moment or series of events that has affected your life this year. Ha! Most of the blog so far is about the series of events that led up to Kickstands UP and Kickstands DOWN. Here's a series of videos describing my life in the flow

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Reverb10, Day 28: Achieve

This year I want most to produce a book that people want to BUY. This differs from work-for-hire. People buying my book will reward me for my CREATIVITY as well as my craft. I often write about the role that my spiritual beliefs play in my life. One that Julia Cameron's The Artist's Way drove home to me is that God loves creatives because God is the Great Creator.

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Reverb10, Day 25: Photo

This is me as I crossed into Wisconsin, where I would soon meet Leigh and Chris

Prompt: Sift through all the photos of you from the past year. Choose one that best captures you; either who you are, or who you strive to be. Find the shot of you that is worth a thousand words. Share the image, who shot it, where, and what it best reveals about you.

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