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Ride Out of the Darkness: We can do better

As I sit here and stare at the keyboard, trying to figure out what I want to write about, my brain is a bit overwhelmed. It is June 13, and Trinity and I have been to 40 states, ridden over 58,000 miles, met some amazing people, and heard some painful stories. I’m almost halfway through the year and over halfway ...

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Ride Out of the Darkness: Winter woes and tire travails

As we all know, this past winter was indeed a unique and challenging one. Even Southern California was fairly cold for a while, and parts of Florida were in the low 30s and mid 20s! This indeed made the first two months of my journey interesting, to say the least! With my first walk in Edinburg, Texas, on January 6 ...

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Ride Out of the Darkness: From sorrow to healing

I would like to share with you the experience of attending my first American Foundation for Suicide Prevention “Out of the Darkness Community Walk” in Edinburg, Texas. Each and every suicide is said to directly impact no less than six people and in 2016, 44,965 people decided to end their lives prematurely. Of those people, 3,403 were from Texas. This ...

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Ride Out of the Darkness: The time is now

Last month I introduced myself and told you about how I quickly fell in love with the motorcycle lifestyle a bit later in life. I also wrote that I wanted to change the world for the better. This month I want to share with you how I have been doing that. Originally I started planning a ride and as I ...

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Ride Out of the Darkness: Let’s change the world

What would you do if one day you woke up and realized that you wanted to make the world a better place? Well, that happened to me. One day about nine months after I retired from the United States Marine Corps I woke up and decided that I wanted to improve our world for generations to come. More on that ...

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