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A moment…

OK, this is a complete (well, not for me) diversion from the usual. I’ll relate an experience I had this week (off the bike) and it’s only tangentially related. So if you’d rather not get philosophical today, move along… Those of you who know me may know of my fascination with labyrinths. I’ve admired them, Read the full article…

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The same…but different

The same...but different

I was in Oklahoma this week. I did my law enforcement class in Tulsa on Tuesday. Representatives from several agencies in the region were in the class. It was a very rewarding session; good questions and comments, good participation overall. One officer even got up to draw scenarios and ask the other officers how they Read the full article…

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GET OFF THE ROAD!

Two recent incidents prompted this post. I had to wait a bit to write about the first one because I was so angry. And then the second one came up…It’s still a somewhat angry post, but please read it. December 12: “Cyclist dies in crash” The headline in a Tennessee news article December 17: “Orlando Read the full article…

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Riding…and not seeing

“Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride.” John F. Kennedy That’s right. Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride. And many of us take that simple pleasure for granted. Why? Because we can do it any time. If not today, then tomorrow. If not tomorrow, then next week… But Read the full article…

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Wounded…

The problem is that you can be wounded in your mind as well as your physique. Marco Pantani A crash changes lives. The injury is real. The scars prove it. For some, getting over it and moving on is not very difficult. For others the fear paralyzes. It prevents them from experiencing the joy they Read the full article…

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