Category Archives: America

Ska – A musical melange.

After my introduction to Ska in the eighties, I didn’t give much thought to the roots of the music. Little did I know it had been around for over twenty years already by then. Here I speak to Ken Stewart, … Continue reading

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Nice Quote & Interesting interview.

  “I think everybody should get rich and famous and get everything they dreamed so they can see that’s not the answer.” – Jim Carrey Here is an interview with two friends who are doing some great things to a … Continue reading

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The End is Only a New Beginning!

Winding down the journey has seen us ‘Stepping it up a Notch’ as for unknown adventures lurking around every corner. A friend of mine says in one his songs, “Born inside a cage you ain’t going far”, well this trip … Continue reading

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You who live on the road.

Taking a ride alone on a quiet country bike lane surrounded by farmland in a small French-speaking village just outside of Montreal was not in the game plan. Then again, everything that has happened since purchasing Janey-Rae a year ago … Continue reading

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Holy smokes, that was fast!

I just looked at my last blog and realised that it was a whole continent ago. I write this on the east coast of America in North Carolina, haven’t made it to the Atlantic yet, but the state we are … Continue reading

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It Never Rains in Southern California, REALLY?!

The song in the title of the blog is comparing a stormy relationship with an unusual deluge in the normally sunny ‘Sunshine State’. After wintering here, we can attest to the fact that yes, as the lyrics say, “It never rains … Continue reading

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The Ventura Highway and beyond.

Our month in California has taken us from the snowy Sierra Nevada mountains and Yosemite National Park to the streets of Oakland and cable cars of San Francisco, wading through the money/technology-drenched valley of Silicon, to sharing the streets with … Continue reading

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