Thunder Trucks

18 Feb 19
Jayce Ran's Sweet Insanity

“Looks used.” says a man with a shaved head as he inspects a cybernetic arm augmentation.  He points to a dent in the upper bicep.  “See that, wear man, tanje you ain’t getting much for this.  Where you get it anyway?” Cortez rests his back against the ghost of a brick wall where a building once stood.  “Guy, owed […]

18 Feb 19
Energeticcity.ca

OTTAWA, O.N. – Hundreds of trucks are expected to roll into Ottawa Tuesday to protest the federal government’s policies on the oil industry. The main portion of the United We Roll Convoy set out from Red Deer, Alta., last Thursday and made stops in Regina, Dryden, Thunder Bay, and Sault Ste. Marie before mustering at […]

18 Feb 19
National Post

OTTAWA — Hundreds of trucks are expected to roll into Ottawa Tuesday to protest the federal government’s policies on the oil industry. The main portion of the United We Roll Convoy set out from Red Deer, Alta., last Thursday and made stops in Regina, Dryden, Thunder Bay, and Sault Ste. Marie before mustering at Arnprior, […]

18 Feb 19
Online Journalism II Blog

The Big Philly Beerfest was an awesome event held at the Philadelphia Convention Center on Friday, February 15th and Saturday, February 16th. The doors opened at 7pm where beer drinkers flooded through the security line in order to get a taste of the hundreds of craft beers awaiting them. Tickets for this event were 45$ […]

18 Feb 19
Bicycle-Fish

A number of readers have responded with positive comments about my recent “alligator” essay. While writing that, I was reminded of another piece I had done about slithering creatures. Around eight or nine years ago I was on assignment to cover a traveling reptile show. As a journalist, I’ve done worse. A lot worse – […]

18 Feb 19
Tainting Innocent Eyes

“So that was him, huh?” “Yes, that’s Charles” “He looks like a good guy, quite shy too” “He really is hey, like I’m still amazed that there’s a guy that can make me feel the way he does” “That’s surprising, he melted the ice princess”   The usual laughter ensued as we settled into class […]

18 Feb 19
Travelling a bit late in life to call it my gap year !

Another long drive today to get us further South so we were up , showered breakfast and away, we travelled through Fox Glacier Township and on to Lake Matheson were iconic pictures have been taken by other travellers of the Mountain views, unfortunately for us today was not one of those days! Not to be […]

18 Feb 19

[ad_1] Hammer Down Lifted trucks, Jeeps, UTVs, and even golf karts – Hammertown doesn’t hold back. King of The Hammers is an off-road racing event best described as a mix between Burning Man and Gridlife, minus the drift cars. Held on a dried-up lakebed in Johnson Valley, California, KOH is one of the most gruelling off-road races in […]

18 Feb 19
Patricia Mora

A motorcycle accident closed the eastbound lanes of Fruitville Road for several hours Sunday, less than two miles from where thousands of bikers gathered at the 21st Annual Thunder by the Bay Music and Motorcycle Festival at Robarts Arena. The crash occurred around 4 p.m. Sunday when a motorcycle traveling eastbound on Fruitville hit a […]

17 Feb 19
The Yellow Pine Times

Notes: Feb 13th all Co. roads, EF, SF, Zena Creek and Johnson Creek were plowed. Village streets and Fire Hall to be plowed the 14th. Report: Feb Feb 16th, Lower Johnson Creek and village streets plowed again, 10″ new snow. Report the plow truck is going out again today (Feb 17th) to plow EFSF and […]

17 Feb 19
Vintage Car and Truck Parts

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17 Feb 19
Cabin on a hill

Across the road which borders our west boundary there’s a strip of Stanislaus National Forest. This bit of forest was hit hard by the bark beetle, and even though the living firebreak crews went through and took out the dead trees several months ago, dozens more have died since. So it was that I was […]

17 Feb 19
Will's Blog

A group of men in monk shawls walk down an alley carrying a casket of an old friend. The solemn procession is interrupted by a rival clan. They attack, and a Kung Fu rumble erupts. Someone pulls out a gun and it turns into a gangster shootout. Then the Three Storms fall from the sky. […]

17 Feb 19
Not So Nomad

… and the Voyage of the Kon-Tiki I am five days removed from Roswell, New Mexico, and just getting time to sit down and catch up on my writing. However it might be more than five days before you see this post because there is sporadic cell phone signal here. I am currently southwest of […]