17,000 Years of Continuous Human Habitation

Across the Ocmulgee River from Macon, GA, lies the ancient grass-covered mounds of Ocmulgee (pronounced oak-mull-ghee) Mounds National Historical Park.  After having lived in Europe for a few years and walking through historical sites centuries older than my home country, I have an appreciation for the history of ancient cultures.  I had heard about age-old... Continue Reading →

Easter Trip Wrap-up

Perfect way to wind-down at the end of a day or riding. I felt it while it was happening.  I wasn’t going to be able to keep the bike upright.  I pulled in the clutch and heard the engine rev in rebellion at the lack of throttle release, then leaned hard left and dumped the... Continue Reading →

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