Reunion

“No one lives for himself alone. No one dies for himself alone.” (Romans 14:7, NLV). Last night, at my High School Reunion, I was reminded of the words of the apostle Paul as we gathered to celebrate 40 years of life. Our lives are inextricably linked together through time, relationships,…

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Dixie Disappointment

After writing several posts about all the wonderful places I have dined, I fully expected my readers to assume that I don’t have a discerning palette. If that is the case, then I supposed I was blessed to have breakfast at a pretty average, run-of-the-mill restaurant. I knew the ride…

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All about the food

For those who also listen to our Biker Chowdown Podcast on iTunes, you probably remember our tagline – “it’s not just about the food, but the adventures and people we meet along the way,” well sometimes it is all about the food. Saturday’s ride was uneventful in every other way…

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Breakfast Heroes

  Welcome to another edition of Biker Chowdown where it’s not just about the food, but the adventures and people we meet along the way.  Every ride down the backroads of America has its own theme. I often set out with a specific goal, objective, or greasy dive in mind,…

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Soda Pop Junction

It was a beautiful March morning leaving out from Nashville and heading to Lynville, TN. Four guys, four completely different styles of bikes, and a couple of hours enjoying the beautiful backroads of Tennessee. I always thought Soda Pop Junction was some fictitious town created for a 1950’s sitcom, but…

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