Monthly Archives: April 2016

Memory Lanes

  Last Saturday, a group of Route 66 roadies that had attended the Gasconade Bridge Rally stopped by Afton Station in northeast Oklahoma to pay their respects to a well-known icon of the Mother Road, Laurel Kane.  Laurel passed away … Continue reading

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Gathering Moss

On Saturday, I woke early.  By early, I mean 6:00 AM.  Now, on a work day I have to drag myself out of bed after several snoozes and throw myself together before going into the office.  When I’m traveling the … Continue reading

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Ozark Stonework & Forgotten Places

What a trip!  This past weekend, I drove to central Missouri to take part in the second ‘Save the Gasconade Bridge’ rally near Lebanon.  The gaggle of roadies that descended on the Ozarks from across the country also celebrated the … Continue reading

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Re-lighting the Boots

It’s interesting to think that there was a time when certain words didn’t exist.  ‘Motel’ is a good example of a word that was invented relatively recently.  Motel is a shortened version of ‘Motor Hotel’; automobiles have only been around a … Continue reading

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A Day in the Osage

Thursday was my 35th birthday.  Over the last few years, I’ve developed a tradition of taking a road trip on my birthday.  Last year I drove up Route 66 to see Afton Station for the first time. The year before that … Continue reading

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