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13 December 2013 – Catching Up Again – Ember, Motorcycles, Airplanes, Helicopters, Scenery, and Electric Snow Throwers!!!

OK, so I’ve been slacking off again.  I know it, you know it, and I don’t have an excuse aside from I was tired and got hooked more on Facebook than anything else.  I figured I’d get things caught up even if there’s not much to catch up on You may remember that I got […]

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29 September 2013 – GOOD MOTORCYCLE NEWS!!!

So, I needed to air up one of my car’s tires yesterday. I pulled out my cheap, tiny, $10 air compressor, hooked it up, and waited to see a change on my car’s tire pressure display. 15 min later, still no change. It’s supposed to air up a car tire in 14 minutes. I never […]

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4 July 2013 – Voyages on Two Wheels & Adventures With Ember

Well, that was a very tiring, but (mostly) fun day I started Independence Day with the goal of playing with my daughter, going shooting, going for a ride, and playing with pyrotechnics.  Somehow all of those goals were accomplished over the course of the day Cindy, Ember, and I started the day by picking up […]

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30 June & 3 July 2013 – Voyages on Two Wheels & Catching Up With Ember

So, I’m trying to catch up on posting again.  It’s been busy, so thanks for understanding! We decided to have dinner out for a change and Ember had no objections  She really enjoyed the tomato, soup, and all the rest of the food we gave her, but her favorite things are lemons and oranges   […]

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Voyages on Two Wheels – 15 June 2013 – Outlaw Car Show in Helper, UT

So, it’s been a while since my last post.  Again.  Between work, my beloved 10 month old daughter, and all the rest of the stuff that takes up my time, blogging has had to fall back a bit. Yesterday saw Cindy, Ember, and myself out at the Outlaw Car Show in Helper, UT.  That’s just […]

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21 March 2013 – Scooter (And Motorcycle) Update #3 – Some Good, Some Bad

So, progress continues.  For the most part… I had to actually put gas in the V-Star yesterday.  It’s something that doesn’t happen very often around here.  Aside from my fuel budget (which has been reduced a bit compared to back in Las Vegas), I just don’t have to go too far on a daily basis.  […]

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9 March 2013 – Snow on the Bike

So, I wasn’t aware of the forecast calling for snow yesterday morning.  I walked outside and found my bike frozen.  Now, I don’t mind my bike getting wet, frozen, baked, wind/sand blasted, etc.  I just want to actually be riding it when it happens  I normally pull the bike under our deck if I know […]

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Voyages on Two Wheels – 3 March 2013 – Back On the Battery Charger Again…

 I can name quite a few reasons why I love my V-Star 650 Classic.  The easy handling and easy going nature are just a couple of them off the top of my head.  I know she can run through scorching deserts, howling winds, drenching rains, and not have a single problem She does, however, have […]

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V-Star 650 Clutch Fixes – Moving the Friction Zone Toward the Grip

I recently wrote about the Clevver lever after Roger so kindly gave me approval to use the official images and graphics   That was ¾ of the solution to making the V-Star’s clutch more user friendly.  Having a wider friction zone has really made slow speed maneuvers easier to execute.  I’ve always been good at starting […]

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Voyages on Two Wheels – 4 and 5 May 2012 – The Nearly Forgotten Post

Have you ever had one of those months when everything seems to get just a bit scrambled in your head?  Yeah, that’s about how I’ve been in May of 2012.  Of course, I think leaving my job of seven years, an impending move to another state, and having a daughter on the way kind of […]

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