Thursday, September 04, 2008

A Beautiful Day for a Ride

Hello Friends,

I went for a motorcycle ride yesterday (and the day before) after work. The weather is beautiful right now in Oregon, and I wanted to share with you a portion of that ride. Please note that the filming was done in a safe manner!

Born to Ride from Doug Easton on Vimeo.

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Anonymous Thaimi said...

Hey, Doug...

That was great! Thanks for sharing! :-) It's been too many years since I was on my bike, that's for sure! I'm glad you're getting a chance to *break in* your new bike, this summer! ;-) And you're right: the weather really is beautiful, right now. Wish it could stay like this all year round! :-)

I'll come back to look @ this, when the weather gets...wetter.

My regards to Dixie and I shall be praying along w/you both for God's Will in all. :-)

Oh and...LOVE that song, too...especially the "...careful what you wish for..." part. So true, so true! I happen to like the guitars in that part, too! :-)

Take care and God Bless all of you...

September 5, 2008 at 9:55 AM  
Blogger rosepua said...

That was AWWWESOME!! Wow. How'd you do that safely??? Guess I'm gonna have to join you and see, eh? Love ya, MA

September 11, 2008 at 9:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Doug:
Glad things are going well with you. I have been off line because the computer melted and had to get a new one, and a new e-mail. E-mail is So it is I with this new identity really being happy for you. Love and Prayers, Regina

September 14, 2008 at 4:04 PM  
Anonymous Simen (Norway) said...

Hi Dough! I'm sure you’ve heard this question a thousand times and more regarding your meeting with Donald Malarkey, but I'll give it a go anyway...

I'm looking for a special gift for my forteen year old brother. This June he's having this "second baptism" thing (not sure of the English word, sorry). And even though we're not a particulary religous family this is quite an important day for a young man.

He's a huge fan of Band of brothers and really intressed in the history of the 101st airborne.

After several attemps on looking up Donald Malarkeys adress I finally found you, who actually met him!

Is there any way you could help me with this? I would really like to send him a letter and perhaps ask if he would be so kind as to sign a picture or something for my brother. It would really make his day!

Thank you! Sorry to bother you with this.


October 2, 2008 at 8:23 AM  

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