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.
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.