The kitchen is the heart of the home and made for bringing families together. In the last blog post, I talked about how the word, “mother” has morphed over the years. Most of those years were spent in the kitchen than any other rooms in the house. Cooking for me was a form of meditation … More Meals And Memories Are Made Here…
‘Cause meanwhile back at Mama’s The porch lights on, come on in if you wanna Suppers on the stove, and beer’s in the fridge Red sun sinking out low on the ridge Lyric by Tim McGraw It wasn’t until the kids were all grown up and out of the house before I started riding a … More Mommy, Mom, Mother, Mama
While on my solo motorcycle trip, I tried to hit as many U.S. National Park that was on my route. In total, I managed to visit 12 of them with the majority of them were in California, my home state. It wasn’t in my itinerary to try to hit as many of them I could. … More Old Faithful!
When I go out to eat at a Sub Shop, I typically order a Turkey Sandwich with all of the healthy toppings. However, my absolute favorite sandwich is the Philly Cheesesteak. I’m quite picky about it. To me, the meat must be thinly sliced with grilled onions and pepper topped with provolone cheese. I … More Philly Cheesesteak
What are little girls made of? Sugar and spice And all things nice That’s what little girls are made of Today BBBC 2017 challenge is “Strange thing you believed as a kid”. I have been pondering on this topic and couldn’t think of any strange things that I believed as a child. So, I gave … More What are little girls made of?
“Here’s your sign” Why can’t they get the picture? Why don’t they understand? We’re not dealing with the planet of apes, We’re talking about the modern man. Here’s your sign. Here’s your sign Lyric by Bill Engvall Today challenge is to post three pictures that I haven’t posted before. While on my trip, I would … More Here’s Your Sign
Ok, Kathy threw a monkey wrench in today challenge! The topic is “Vegetable”, ugh! Don’t get me wrong I love to eat vegetable but how the heck can I blog about something that includes motorcycle and vegetable in the same topic? Originally, I already had a post ready to go in the morning. I was … More Motorcycle and Vegetable
One of the tedious chore of maintaining a motorcycle is having to lube the chains every 300 miles. Of course, the mighty TW200 is one of the few dual sport bikes that does not have a center stand. Most people, just put the bike up on a motorcycle stand before heading out for a day … More DIY Crutch Jack
Today BBB Challenge is to write about a hard lesson you’ve learned. Sadly, I had to learn several hard lessons the last several years; death, grief, and learning to love again. However, the biggest lesson I learned is not to take your partner for granted. One of the beauties of traveling as a couple, you … More Don’t Take Your Partner for Granted!
Every year, our New Year’s Resolution has always been is to “Ride More!”. There are too many roads that we want to ride on and places to visit. However, Murphy’s Law always play tricks on us and we end up having to do something else instead. For example, we realized that we wanted to do … More Ride More!