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Browsing Archive: December, 2015

The Holiday Arrives

Posted by Jim Zeiser on Friday, December 25, 2015,
Merry Christmas everyone. It's a beautiful here for a Christmas day, I hope it is there too. With my stepsons gone to Connecticut to be with their Father's family I have all kinds of time to get into trouble. Yesterday I was looking at 66 degree temperatures and no real place to go. So I made a reason. "There's no one here to cook for," I thought, "Let's just hop on the motorcycle and dine at the local Wendy's". Of course this creates a problem. Which bike to do it on? After a good, long peri...
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The Holidays Cometh

Posted by Jim Zeiser on Friday, December 18, 2015,
It has been fairly amazing here in terms of the weather and even though Christmas is just around the corner I've been able to get out and ride. I succumbed to brilliant sunshine last weekend and took the large motorcycle out for a forty mile trip. It was an awesome ride as I'm beginning to get back into the swing of piloting a big, powerful motorcycle. Hills that test the power of a 250cc scooter or motorcycle don't even exist for a 750cc bike. When the long rides of Spring occur it will be a...
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An Explanation

Posted by Jim Zeiser on Wednesday, December 9, 2015,
In the past I was told by Sara and another close friend that they had stopped coming here because it was repetitive. I tried to change it up a little after that because Sara was no fool and as a former employee of a publishing firm she knew her stuff. The problem is that when your Blog is called Two Wheeling you're sort of locked in as to content. I took off from the usual two wheeled ramblings, when Sara passed, to keep friends and family who might pop in as what the plans were for her Memor...
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Jim Zeiser If you wish to comment my e-mail address is h1500e@hotmail.com. I'd like to hear anything-good or bad-that anyone would like to say. As they said in college, we're all lifelong learners.

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