I took a new drone out today and visited the pristine Canterbury Shaker Village. By the time I got home to look at the footage the nightly news was on. Somehow those two worlds came together in this post.
This post is not about motorcycles or motorcycle travel.
It is about how 2020 has given us all pause and forced all of us redesign our daily lives and extending now into our family holidays. It was clear that this Thanksgiving was clearly not going to look like any Normal Rockwell, my childhood, Alice’s Restaurant, or times with family who have since left us.
We were lucky to get a few days of unseasonably warm weather in November. This afforded me a couple of unique day trips. In the quiet, there was plenty to think about too…… I’ll share some of those thoughts.
A retrospective on the fall, Vermont and simpler times.
This will me my last post on the closure of Heritage Harley Davidson. I have said what I believe are the most relative and important things. Further bludgeoning serves nor benefit to the 32 staff whose lives were toppled. I leave you with the last image on this post to consider ……… it is the only tool left in the toolbox
While I know better than to get in the ring again on this issue, I need to at least present a counterpoint (Just My Thoughts) to a valid comment that I received to the original post.
While the deal has been done, I felt compelled to air my thoughts on the acquisition and closure of Heritage Harley-Davidson. If for no other reason than to highlight the impact that this has not just on its customers, the Concord community – but most of all on the 32 employees and their families. The post is long and blunt – but so it the reality for 32 families on October 1st.
Thiis the final Part 4 of the 4 part series of my trip to Colorado this past August. This final post is my adventure to Rocky Mountain NP and Trail Ridge Road.
Part 3 of a 4 part series of my trip to Colorado this past August. The final post will be of Rocky Mountain NP and Trail Ridge Road.