Motorcycle Pics – My Instagram Best 9 of 2016

Motorcycle Pics – My Instagram Best 9 of 2016

According to the great oracle 2016 Best Nine which tallies comments, likes and whatnot, these were the “best” 9 photos that I posted to Instagram in 2016. Not sure I agree but admittedly I don’t understand why people like and don’t like stuff! Pennsylvania – April 2016 Cheshire, Connecticut – December 2016 Galena, Kansas – more »

Motorcyclist Holiday Gift Idea: Antihero Art – Signed Prints

Motorcyclist Holiday Gift Idea: Antihero Art – Signed Prints

Each year I read posts in which online retailers and moto magazines list off a bunch of (the same old) holiday gift ideas that every motorcyclist needs. And every year I read posts about how we should be shopping local and supporting small businesses and the little guy. Well? Here’s your chance to do the more »

The Life Your Blog Lives Without You

The Life Your Blog Lives Without You

“…Others’ photos are a way to understand and appreciate how THEY see the world.” -Ry @TwoWheelsToThere.com One of the most fascinating aspects of keeping a blog isn’t necessarily the act of writing it – it’s the life that it lives without you. Once I commit a thought to type, that’s the point in which we more »

The Last Generation to Look Out the Car Window

The Last Generation to Look Out the Car Window

Are we 40-somethings the last generation of kids to sit and look out the car window? Will we be the last backseat-sitters to watch the world pass by – miles and hours at a time? We didn’t have portable DVD players, handheld-games or smartphones. We just sat there looking, imagining, dreaming. We read books and more »

Sunday Afternoon in the Shadow of the Tunkhannock Viaduct

Sunday Afternoon in the Shadow of the Tunkhannock Viaduct

Exactly one year ago today, I set off from Long Island on Sunday morning with a bug in my ear to see a concrete railroad bridge in northeastern Pennsylvania. It’s called the Tunkhannock Viaduct or the Nicholson Bridge. At the time it was built in the 19-teens it was the worlds largest concrete structure. Today, more »

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