Lately I have had a rather serious medical problem and have been seeing doctors rather frequently to have the situation examined and treated. The Spouse was always with me, caring for me, holding my hand, and helping me deal with anxiety I was feeling. I hate going to doctors, and even worse, anything having to do with needles.
I will not describe the medical problem I have, but its consequences meant that…
Recently, a study of the most diverse cities in the USA release its results, and my hometown as well as my home county, was ranked…
If you have tried to visit my website and it behaves slowly or not at all, there is a reason.
Sometimes there is debate in the boot world on how to measure the height of a boot heel properly.
If you use a search engine, you will get different “answers”, and 99% of the results are about women’s high-heeled footwear. That really is not what this blog post is about. I am writing about men’s boots.
So how do I measure boot heel height?
Boots worn many days… mostly nowadays to the office…
Boot of the day… regretfully, no longer available…
I was remarking to my Spouse in my morning greeting to him today when I said, “today marks the ‘last 25th holiday.”
He may quizzically wonder what I meant. Explanation after the jump…
I received an interesting email the other day that asked,
I was wondering how the vintage Frye campus boot was sized compared to the modern ones. I see you have quite a collection, so was wondering if you had the same size in both your older boots and newer boots. And how the sizing compared to your harness boot.
My reply may not have been what was expected. Why? read on after the jump….
Yesterday, The Spouse and I went to the annual DC motorcycle show. This event travels around the country and is sponsored by an insurance company. Various models of motorcycles are displayed and there are vendors selling items like helmets, gloves, jackets, vests, and other stuff.
Last time we went to this show was seven years ago. Comparison? read on…
As the header of this blog says, I am just your average booted biker in the ‘burbs. I work for a living, have a spouse, own a home, and have regular bills and financial commitments like anyone else to keep food on the table and a roof over our heads.
By no means are we among the top 1% who benefit from the recently enacted income tax reform bill that brings huge tax breaks to the ultrarich while socking it to the middle class, the 1% and the idiot-in-chief call losers.
However, upon reading a recent article in Kiplinger’s titled, “4 Simple Habits to Build Wealth Faster” and taking a quiz on how my financial outlook impacts ability to build wealth, I have confirmed that…