Two Saturdays in a row I have had the pleasure to join some of my favorite bikers in the world. The Combat Veterans United Motorcycle group and the Harley Owners Group always do excellent charity work. They both had crab feeds on separate weekends. They were both incredibly successful. Thank you to everyone that helped out and donated to both of these events.
Remember when Twinkies were the greatest thing since orange juice? Remember when they took them off the shelves? I about died! Guess what? Hostess is making Twinkie, Snowball & Cupcakes ice cream! There goes my diet!
I have never really been a pack rat or a hoarder. But I most recently moved, and when I went through everything, I couldn't believe the stuff I had kept. I threw most of it away. But I had a pair of Harley-Davidson boots that I have had since 1993. I bought them at Green River Harley-Davidson in Green River, Wyo.
When I was growing up, my parents never really did too many things that were easy on the dollars. My brother and I always had the best of everything. I guess I was kind of a brat. But the older I have gotten, I look back on some of those things. My father never "took things in" to get fixed by someone else. He could fix anything, so he did it himself. That is one thing he did to save money. I guess that is why my brother and I always had nice things.
The inauguration of our new commander in chief is today (Jan. 20). Donald Trump will be sworn in this morning as our 45th president of the United States of America. Since I have been alive, this will be the first time I have heard of an anti-inaugural party. That just blows my mind.
One of my biggest pet peeves with drivers in Yakima Valley and every where, for that matter, is the way they "don't" pull over for an emergency vehicle. Sometimes I see people that don't even move over let alone pull over to the right.
The Super Bowl is on the way, even though the Seahawks (and my Eagles) are out. Even my third favorite team -- the Vikings -- is out. Now what? I love football, so I am going to watch. But who do I root for?
With a steady drum cadence, an honor guard, a police escort and several Yakima Transit buses trailing behind, about 200 people joined a mile-and-a-half-long peace walk through Yakima to honor the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday.
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