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Don’t Mess With Free Speech and Freedom of Expression

As a follow up to my Don’t Be a Bully Post I am going to expand a bit on why I thought it needed to be posted. Coeur d’Alene has several different art galleries and a thriving arts and culture community. For the most part controversy over an artist’s work has been rare. There was a…
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July 27, 2017 0

Being a Bully is Not What You Should Do

Some days I really HATE the internet and particularly Facebook. Which for me is a big deal…my business runs because of the world wide web. It makes me sick though when someone, (thinking they are doing the right thing to support their cause, religion, personal beliefs, or whatever), proceeds to bully a person, business, or…
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July 26, 2017 7
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Parking: Do We Really Need More?

What is that you say? No more parking? But what about the fact I can’t find a parking space downtown when I drive down there to enjoy the lake, go shopping, or grab a bite to eat? I hear you and understand your pain, what I want you to consider though is this…


July 25, 2017 0

I Say No to Bicycle Helmet Laws

The helmet debate can be a hot topic like most discussions about bicyclists. And…surprise…I have an opinion about the subject. Whether you choose to wear a helmet or not is a personal choice. We don’t need another law regulating our personal or moral choices (See how well the War on Drugs, Dry Counties, Prohibition past,…
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July 24, 2017 2

Why As A Bicyclist I Refuse to Look Like a Traffic Cone

While I commend advocates and advocacy groups for organizing workshops about road safety; I abhor when they include telling the most vulnerable users they have to dress like traffic cones! Why not have workshops where you educate all users of our roads, people driving, people walking, and people biking about the rules and of the…
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July 23, 2017 1

Re-Usable Grocery Bags For When Riding My Bicycle

I have been slowly collecting accessories and tools that will start to make riding my bicycle every day a reality. My latest find is re-usable, easy clean, compact grocery bags. Now I can still use my own grocery bags when shopping and forgo the plastic without the bulk of my traditional shopping bags. And…they come…
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July 7, 2017 0

Choosing a Bike Isn’t Hard – It is Science

Now and then when out browsing the interwebs I find articles I think are valuable to share. This one on how to choose a bicycle based on Science caught my eye. With the National Bike Challenge still going on until the end of September, you may find that your current bicycle is needing an upgrade!…
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July 7, 2017 0

Blown Bicycle Tire Reminds Me I Need to Learn Basic Bicycle Maintenance

The weather has been sunny and beautiful this past week! Which always excites me; because it means I can start riding my bicycle every day instead of driving my car. I rode my bicycle to almost all my client appointments along with running errands on every day except a couple. Need to work the leg muscles…
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June 20, 2017 0
Riding at Dusk for the National bike Challenge

National Bike Challenge Happens Again This Year 2017

The National Bike Challenge is a nationwide event uniting thousands of current bicyclists—and encouraging countless new riders.


June 1, 2017 0
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June 1, 2017 0