Monthly Archives: October 2010

Bikers on your tail

In the set up to this opus, we asked if honest citizens have anything to fear from the explosion of “biker gangs” that are in growing numbers roaring up and down our highways and byways in menacing fashion. In spite … Continue reading

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Biker gangs, are they looking to take you down?

A half century ago, the sight of  beefy men wearing dirty denim and  “colors” astride powerful bikes would strike fear into the hearts of honest motorists, especially those with hot buxom wives and daughters. The movies and media were full of tales of violent attacks on lonely rural roads and the debauching of virgins (so-called). … Continue reading

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Tips for new bloggers

Some one would say, I’m hardy the one to write on this topic, considering that this blog, The Mid-Atlantic Field Guide, has only been in existence for less than 24 hours, but to them I say that this is not … Continue reading

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Tomorrow is the day I eat fish

It’s always the same, broiled salmon on a bed of rice served up with broccoli and green beans  and 2 greasy hush puppies. Served up by a grumpy staff with an indifferent  insolence. But what can you expect from Fast Food Seafood? I’ve … Continue reading

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Megan Beyer, a great reporter

This is a shot of Megan Beyer, certainly one of the best journalists to work the hills and hollars of the Mid-Atlantic states from the shores of the Atlantic to the magestic mountains of the Blue Ridge chain. These unpublished … Continue reading

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My First Post via E mail

This is only a test friends, trying to learn new techniques.

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