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Puligny-Montrachet Vineyard (Tuesdays of Texture)

In the vineyards of the Côte de Beaune region of France (Burgundy).  If you’re into wine, this is detail from a Puligny-Montrachet vine.   For the  7 more words


"You keep waiting for all the answers, but deep inside you're afraid to chance there won't be any Holy Signs." From "Holy Signs" by Ross Vick

Isn’t it fun how time changes pace? It seems just yesterday I was digging around the internet for cheap fares to Europe to help Hugues celebrate his birthday, that was the fall of 2016. 486 more words

Bastille Key at Mt. Vernon

Bastille Key at Mt. Vernon, courtesy of Mt. Vernon Ladies Association

The Bastille Key, the cast iron key to the main prison in France, was given to Marquis de Lafayette following the Storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789. 236 more words

Boulder vs. Carre

Every bike in the studio gets compared to my Boulder Brevet simply because it fits me so perfectly. It’s interesting comparing the Boulder with the Carre. 345 more words

Vintage Bicycles

Un Grand Voyage à Paris

This past weekend I went to Paris for the first time. I was able to meet my old roommate, Kevin again, who now works and lives in Paris. 1,187 more words


If you could live in a different country...

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If I could live in a different country (which is worded poorly, because almost anybody ‘could’ live anywhere), I would most likely pick somewhere I long to travel to. 184 more words