My shop is in an over-sized two-car garage attached to my home. My work is a calling, in the theological sense of the word. Ethical and moral questions arise every day – they are hard, sharp, unambiguous and unavoidable.

This is the best pay a man can have; A letter from a first-time rider’s parent.

Posted: November 23rd, 2011 | Author: Administrator | Filed under: Editorial, Random Things of Interest | 2 Comments »

Hi Chris,

I cannot thank you enough for befriending and guiding Loren. He sure is one happy kid. He had many twists and turns on his road to getting a motorcycle and proved his growing maturity through taking them all in stride. But just last weekend we had an argument for the first time in ages over his thinking he should get a 600, this led us to you, somehow (I happened on you when googling madly for motorcycle information, desperate to find something to dissuade him), and now, he has a great bike and a knowledgeable new friend to help him on his way. It is rather amazing how things turned around. Pretty cool. I am glad that you enjoyed the process as much as he did.

Perhaps we will meet someday when visiting Asheville . If you are ever in the Boston area, I would be grateful for the opportunity to cook you a nice meal. Thank you again.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Deborah


2 Comments on “This is the best pay a man can have; A letter from a first-time rider’s parent.”

  1. 1 Administrator said at 2:34 pm on May 30th, 2012:

    Jacqueleen,

    Thanks for the kind words – but I have no idea where it came from. A friend brow-beat me into letting him set up a web-site/blog for me.

    Cheers,
    Chris

  2. 2 Administrator said at 8:56 am on November 19th, 2012:

    Thanks for your kind words – and I don’t know the answer to your Q – a friend/customer of mine did the site for me.

    Cheers,
    Chris


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