Put up who ever you please. I will counter with Johnny’s 2-CD Anthology 1964-1977 Rhino set produced by Bill Inglot, Featured on the set are studio wizards James Burton, Hal Blaine, Jim Horn, Harlan Rogers, Larry Knechtel and Dean Parks, a hard group to beat out. The 36 cover tunes include Into The Mystic, Sea Cruise, […]
Researchers have been taking a look at what they call “the oldest old,” or the most aged members of the American population, to see learn more about their longevity. Some of the results are surprising. Robin Seaton Jefferson explained the studies at Forbes, and here is her rundown of some of the results: Researchers have […]
Happy New Year! And congratulations to The Inn at Little Washington for becoming the first Michelin three starred restaurant in the D.C. area.
On a recent road trip into Quebec, Debbie and I drove beautiful Rt. 100 from near the southern border of Vermont to its termination near the Canadian border. By the time we were into Vermont’s Mad River Valley, it occurred to us that that we’d seen nary a cow. Remember, wait till the cows come […]
I do not travel without personal defense preparation. Ever. Over two decades and 100,000 miles on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, thousands of miles traveling between Key West and Newport, and thousands more miles of international travel over the last decade, I’ve learned a lot of lessons. Be aware at all times of your environment. Sounds simple, […]
After Colin Kaepernick almost single handedly put the NFL into a ratings spiral, Nike decided it liked what it saw in the man and made him a centerpiece of its marketing. That decision has now cost the company $3 billion in market cap. Jesse Kelly reports for The Federalist (abridged): Look at this number: $3,000,000,000. […]
On a recent trip to the Florida Keys, a client visited Bud N’ Mary’s in Islamorada, FL. If you’re a fisherman you’ll want to check out this neat video about this sport fishing institution. Originally posted on Your Survival Guy.