Monthly Archives: February 2014

Universally Despised

We’ve spent the week in one of the most isolated official campsites ever, City of Rocks State Park in southern New Mexico. For five out of seven days, we’ve been dry camping (no power, water, or sewer) for a week … Continue reading

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Not Going to be Here

We’re sort of wandering around New Mexico, checking out places, looking at real estate, imagining ourselves in these places, and pretending we might actually live somewhere winter barely touches. Today, we’re in Silver City, New Mexico. Silver City’s resume is … Continue reading

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So Far, So Far

So Far, So Far VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL     Theoretically, I have gotten away with abandoning the WR. The expected “hard part” of this expedition was the trip to Gila Cliff Dwelling National Monument. We went, we saw, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry into Values

by Robert Pirsig, 1974 All Rights Reserved © 2012 Thomas W. Day In 2014, Zen (or ZAMM) will celebrate its 40th year in publication. It is one of the best read books in history. Google returns 2 million hits for … Continue reading

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Going Naked

The WR250X So Far VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL         I’ll bet that title scared the crap out of you, didn’t it? By “naked,” I don’t mean me or, even, Robbye. I mean we’re going to explore … Continue reading

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Delusional Self-Image

I’ve always believed that not knowing who you are is a terrible and sad personal defect. In fact, I suspect that a self-aware psychopath is probably happier than an deluded “normal” person. That said, it’s not that easy to “know … Continue reading

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Bodies in Motion

by Steven L. Thompson, 2008 All Rights Reserved © 2011 Thomas W. Day This academic look at motorcycles and motorcycling might be the first and only publication issued by Aero Design and Manufacturing (aka Aerostich). Andy Goldfine wrote the forward … Continue reading

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