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The new season is upon us. We have recruited some new neighbor's this year who will be over the next Thursday of me writing this. I recruited them on walks, with promises of drinks and cigars and the fact we are not very good at the game so come with very very low expectations. Can't even fool the wives at this point. They know it's just an excuse to get together and bullshit with each other, so we do and enjoy doing it. Tom throwingConnor on watch dutySplash downNot even closeSeth with the throw

Entrance Sign onto the Weirs Strip The 2021 Laconia bike week was a wonderful sight this year since last year it was more or less not even held. Last year they allowed cars on the strip and no parking. This year the magic was back. Albeit a more subdued event this year with a noticeable shortage of vendors and events, but what was there was well done and a welcomed detour. We spent 3 days in the area. Day 1 The first day we traveled by boat to the Weirs and walked around. Cat on the boaton the boardwalkHarleybikesbikesbikes everywhere!The back lotAnthony's PierRiding down the stripStickers Day 2 Day 2 was spent with friends. Luke, George, and myself went riding…

You don't realize how early the sun comes up until you get up before it. This particular morning we headed down to Dennis, MA to hop on a boat and drive it up to Boston. A 38 foot Regal. Not mine, but a neighbors who needed a couple of deck hands to help out and I was more than willing to come along for the ride and do what I could. Fueling up at the docks We would head out of the Bass River and in between the Cape and Martha's Vineyard and chug along the canal heading towards Boston. Docks on the Bass River Cat boat We gave ourselves 6 hours for the trip. We would do it in…

Tonight’s choice: Ashton VSG Paired with an oatmeal stout I picked up in Vermont on my way home from a work trip, great combination as always. Seems you can never go wrong with a Stout. Great cigar. Mild. Burns well and even. A perfect evening by the fire cigar.

Horse shows mean early mornings, long before the sun rises we are at the barn, trailer in tow, and getting ready to be at the event for 7:00 am. The best part is that we get to see some spectacular views of the sun rise around the barn Sunrise reflection on the horse trailer Looking through the barn We tend to be there for most of the day. Usually find ourselves leaving at 3:00 in the afternoon. In years past when the events were more full I've been known to unload the horse at 6:00 - now that is a long day. Prepping for the day is key. A book, a phone charger (battery pack, since my truck needs to…

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