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Podcast Posts

These posts are enhanced by a podcast. A visual and auditory experience!

Great River Road and Women With Drive

I got off the Byway to visit Molly Cantrell-Kraig, founder of the Women With Drive Foundation, who sent me off to bed with chocolate mints on my pillow!

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Trading Post Radio

Picture of artfully arranged junk on a barn wall

I was tempted to put down my tent at a rest stop before I got to Childress, but the big sign saying "Watch for rattlesnakes" convinced me otherwise.

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Last Gallon, Last Dime

But I took a wrong turn. By the time I got re-oriented my fuel light appeared. I was down to one gallon of gas, which would carry me about 60 miles.

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Motels without Ratings

At first I thought, Oh no, is this a meth lab motel? Then I quieted my mind and tuned in.

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Become A Food Champion

Here's how I like to find the right place to eat: Do you know a restaurant where real people make their own food and serve it on real plates instead of throwaway stuff?

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Water, Gravel and the Serenity Prayer

Motorcycling is pretty straightforward: Oh, here's water, so I'll take it slow an easy; uh oh, here's a patch of gravel, so I'll get it and go. But life doesn't always present itself in such an easy-to-figure-out way.

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An Old Yeller Moment

Denbeigh, the beloved Corgi

Carter dug Denbeigh's grave in the back yard with a little moral support from a neighbor. The old Corgi was the only dog either of my boys had ever known as a family member.

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Yellowstone Wildlife go with the Flow

massive bull bison yellowstone

Yellowstone black bears and bison show us how to live the good life.

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When a Dragon’s not a Dragon

The 11-mile stretch is said to have 318 curves. I could believe somewhere in excess of 100 if you count the tiny wobbles off a straight line, but not 318. Oh well, why quibble? It's fun!

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Beartooth Highway and Hype

Here's Beartooth Pass...not quite at the summit

It’s one of the legendary roads that riders talk about with a mix of pride and wistful sighs; pride for having braved it, and a sighs at witnessing nature unadulterated.

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