Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Harley Stuff

Harley-Davidson Dreaming…

There is just something about a Harley-Davidson motorcycle! Or maybe it is just me. I have never owned one, but I have ridden a few and drooled on more than a few. There is no doubting the distinct rumble that is a Harley.

Somewhere along the journey of life I started buying Harley t-shirts. XL with a pocket preferred. Long sleeve, short sleeve, and multiple colors from places we visited along our travels. I have received a few as gifts as well. The collection now fills up almost two drawers of the dresser and it continues to grow.

So here you are looking at a few of the shirts I have. Some of the designs are cooler than others, but I wear them all. I am also throwing in a few images of Harley bikes shot recently. Sharing some of the fun stuff. You never know what you will see out here.

I still look at the bikes when hanging out at a Harley shop. I have seen some pretty cool trikes lately. Guess that would be the direction I would go these days. Three wheels seem more stable than two, and are a little easier to see from the four-wheelers talking on their cell phones and ignoring anything on two wheels. I figure I have room for a Harley trike and a Harley pool table in the garage. Good thing I put those heavy duty shelves on the wall for more floor space… Living in the Southwest would allow for many days to ride.

Seems it all costs money though. If you are at a loss of what to get me for Christmas, birthday, father’s day, etc, I would not mind a Road King trike. Or a Harley pool table. Maybe both if you are really rich and have nothing better to do with your money. J
I have the room and would be eternally grateful.

You can check out the latest models, accessories, or look for a local dealer at:

Monday, June 8, 2009

National Police Week 2009

National Police Week 2009
I am including a few of the images that we shot during National Police Week 2009 in Washington, D.C. It was a fantastic week full of emotion and honor. We met a lot of wonderful people and were treated with respect and dignity.

Wednesday, May 13 - 21st Annual Candlelight Vigil at theNational Law Enforcement Officers Memorial

Friday, May 15 - National Peace Officers' Memorial ServiceUnited States Capitol

Over 17,000 names of law enforcement officer who have given the ultimate sacrifice.
133 names added of those killed in the line of duty in 2008.
254 added in 2009 from historical list, recently verified.

One name is one too many.

“If not me, than who?”

The Thin Blue Line - A final point between order and chaos.


They shall not be forgotten...