The Old Former Denver-style Texaco of Unionville, NY

The Old Former Denver-style Texaco of Unionville, NY

This little empty station sits in a spot in Unionville, NY that I’ve probably ridden by a hundred times. Up until this past Sunday, I never zeroed in on it or paid it any attention. Well, I finally woke up. Kenny and I stopped so I could peer in the windows. Aside from the interesting reading material, more »

Hopper’s House by the Railroad

Hopper’s House by the Railroad

My attention operates with cyclical obsession. An idea will blow in on the breeze and lodge itself firmly in my mind. It’ll then go about the business of devouring my thoughts until it uses them up and moves on, leaving space for the next obsession to move in. Art has been a persistent interest in more »

PSA: The Void Rally – Registration Closing in Two Weeks

PSA: The Void Rally – Registration Closing in Two Weeks

*ding-ding-ding* Registration for the 2017 running of the Void Rally will close on August 18th. If you’ve been on the fence about registering, it’s time for you to pick a side and leap. The Void has three starting locations to choose from, before finishing your rally ride in Fredericksburg, Virginia: Wilkes-Barre, PA / Franklin, TN / more »

Walking With Ghosts in The Desert

Walking With Ghosts in The Desert

The Goldwell Open Air Museum sits just outside of the northeastern entrance of Death Valley and at the edge of the ghost town of Rhyolite, Nevada. I’d seen photos of the sculptures that grace the grounds many times online. But, seeing the ghostly shapes of Albert Szukalski’s pieces in person caused a visceral reaction – more »

New Year’s Day with Beggars in Death Valley

New Year’s Day with Beggars in Death Valley

On New Year’s Day, I awoke in Las Vegas. The rest of the world was still asleep after a long night of reveling. As I rode down the strip towards old Las Vegas and the Freemont Street area, a less-than-glamorous film stuck to everything. Once outside of the fantasy bubble of a bazillion-dollar casino hotel, more »

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