Monthly Archives: February 2011

Canon PowerShot S95

There are few cameras that meet my most important criteria: be small enough to fit in a pants’ pocket, and still take reasonable shots.  I came across a few positive reviews of the Canon S95, I took a closer look … Continue reading

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MTS1200, XT1200Z, R1200GS

Of these three bikes I tested the 2010 Ducati Multistrada (MTS1200) and the 2010 BMW (R1200GS).  I haven’t tested the Yamaha Super Tenere (XT1200Z) yet.  But I’ve read its many reviews, and it seems like a great motorcycle by all … Continue reading

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An Enduro from Husqvarna in 2012?

If rumors are to be believed, Husqvarna, the recently acquired brand by BMW, is going to use the F800GS’s Rotax motor to develop a set of four new motorcycles. I’ve heard about the development of a longer stroke of the … Continue reading

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Point-and-Shoot Photography Bliss

One of the most important qualities for a camera, I’ve discovered through the years, are its size, portability, and its ruggedness.  Fitting in a pocket is the ideal size for cameras, for what I want to use them. For having … Continue reading

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A Winter Ride

When it stops raining in Eugene for a few days in the middle of the Winter, I take advantage of it. I always keep the bikes ready for action! January offered a few opportunities this year. On my first two … Continue reading

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World Rider in Eugene

On February 3rd, 2011 I attended Allan Karl’s presentation of his world travels on motorcycle at the European Motorcycles of Western Oregon. In general I admire all world adventure people. I admire their courage.  Especially their  courage to leave things … Continue reading

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