If you’re one of our long time readers, you may remember these or at least have a vague recollection of one or two (I hope), but if you’re a new visitor you’re very likely to miss these altogether, so I’ve done just what that local eatery does, I’ve created a sampler where they’re all easy to find and try out. For those of you who have been around for a while, it makes them a lot easier to find if you ever want to read one again. These cover many years and the older classics have comments closed, so just leave a comment here if you have a thought you would like to share.
What is The Kneeslider About? Are We Writing for You?
This article is just what it sounds like, a nice summary of where our priorities are and why we do what we do.
The Kneeslider – What Recession? Just Do It!
This is one of the best summations of our attitude toward everyone who is out there doing things, accomplishing something, pursuing goals and putting them out there for the world to see. These are the “doers.”
Rediscovering the Value and Deep Satisfaction of Highly Skilled Hands on Work
There seems to be a pendulum swinging back and forth, where hands on work is in and out of favor with the general population, though some of us never waver in our appreciation for this most basic and essential skill.
Bob the Builder Gets All the Breaks
A short story about two neighbors, Bob and Fred, with very different outlooks on life. Short and simple but meant to illustrate a point. Which one are you?
The following two posts go together and address the concept of the “collectible motorcycle,” along with the pleasures and pitfalls that await, if you haven’t given it a lot of thought before putting down your hard earned cash.
Affordable Classic Motorcycles
I’ll add more selections to the list as I think of them, but these should give you a pretty good taste of what we’re serving. You may or may not like them all, but there’s a good chance you’ll find stories here you won’t find anywhere else. If you happen to find this sampler appealing, be sure to stop back, we’re cooking up more in the kitchen.