Monthly Archives: October 2011

CPR Class Was Kick-A$$

A couple of weeks ago, I took a CPR/AED class through the Red Cross of Phoenix. I loved it. Not only did I emerge from the class with a set of life-saving skills and a greater sense of community responsibility, … Continue reading

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BBT Announces 1st Tour: Sedona, AZ, May 10-13, 2012

Are you ready to roll, ladies? Biker Babe Tours’ very-first motorcycle tour retreat is happening May 10-13, 2012 in the profoundly beautiful, mystical, and amazing Sedona, AZ.¬†Join us for a three-day, all-inclusive riding adventure that’s sure to stir your imagination, … Continue reading

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Tattered Past: Abandoned WW II Memorial

So, yesterday, my hubby and I drove to Rivers, AZ, a small town south of Phoenix. We drove versus rode because my hubby does not own a bike, he won’t ride behind me (can you blame him?), and I won’t … Continue reading

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Desert Towns and Colors: A Study in Subtleties

The desert is largely a flat, dry plain of ever-repeating scrubby vistas, punctuated by the occasional slightly weary, litter-strewn, dust-coated town. Remote desert towns often look to me as if they are holding their breath, waiting for something to happen, … Continue reading

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Diamonds in My Mouth

A friend asked me once what riding a motorcycle means to me. I answered, “Well, it’s like having a mouthful of diamonds.” A quizzical look and faint smile crossed the face of my friend as I launched into an explanation. … Continue reading

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