What I learned this week, March 08, 2015

The land of lakes, volcanoes, and sun. A painting I bought on my last trip to Nicaragua.

The land of lakes, volcanoes, and sun. A painting I bought on my last trip to Nicaragua.

Why Nicaragua Is Becoming A Travel Hotspot


Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, Dallas, Texas

Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, Dallas, Texas

Can Everyday Biking Keep Us Young?


7 Steps to Living a Bill Murray Life, by Bill Murray


Why not learn from the best? 10 great transportation ideas from 10 great cities!


MATH 101: A READING LIST FOR LIFELONG LEARNERS


It All Started Here

Well, that’s making a big assumption about “all” – it’s really only a bunch of fast food. Still, interesting.


Deep Ellum Brewing Company's Lineup

Deep Ellum Brewing Company’s Lineup

Texas Bicycle and Beer Expo 2015

Yeah, I know it’s still a long time away. So sue me.


Magazine Street, New Orleans

Magazine Street, New Orleans

Three Women who Changed the Course of History On Bicycles

Stylish bike rider, French Quarter, New Orleans

Stylish bike rider, French Quarter, New Orleans


My Xootr Swift folding bike in the cool bike rack in front of the Cold Beer Company Deep Ellum, Dallas, Texas

My Xootr Swift folding bike in the cool bike rack in front of the Cold Beer Company
Deep Ellum, Dallas, Texas

Bike Parking: A How-to Guide

City of Dallas – Bicycle Parking Guidelines

Bikeyface – Racking Up Points



The real fault line in the culture war isn’t race or sex. It’s sin.


Car fire just north of downtown, Dallas.

Car fire just north of downtown, Dallas.

The One Chart That Explains All Your Traffic Woes

Like A Big Ol’ Dinosaur

James Dean in a Mercury ’49
Junior Johnson’s runnin’ in the woods of Caroline
Even Burt Reynolds in a black Trans Am
All gonna meet down at the Cadillac ranch
—-Bruce Springsteen, Cadillac Ranch

Old Guys Rule Cadillac Ranch Amarillo, Texas

Old Guys Rule
Cadillac Ranch
Amarillo, Texas

Cadillac, Cadillac
Long and dark
Shiny and black
Open up your engines, let ’em roar
Tearin’ up the highway like a big ol’ dinosaur
—-Bruce Springsteen, Cadillac Ranch