A Conversation with Alison DeLapp

May 28, 2013 Conversations

After riding through the National Parks of the northwest, and then riding as far north in Alaska as possible, Alison DeLapp decided that her next big adventure was to ride south as far as possible, Terra del Fuego, the southern most point of South America. Her motorcycle adventure took about four and a half months […]

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A Conversation with Liz Jansen

December 4, 2012 Conversations

Liz Jansen started riding motorcycles when she was a kid, and grew up molded into the norms of society. But, leading up to 2003, she became dissatisfied with the direction her life was taking, and decided to make some changes. In 2003, she took a two-month long odyssey to think and reflect on what her […]

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A Conversation with J. Brandon

November 16, 2012 Conversations

Pounding out a career in marketing and media in Silicon Valley didn’t give J. Courtney Brandon the happiness and peace of mind that he was seeking. So after about two decades of work, he searched for where he wanted to live and then what he wanted to do. That’s how he landed in Nevada, and […]

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Motorcycling for a cause

January 27, 2012 Conversations

Book Review: Live Full Throttle: Life Lessons From Friends Who Faced Cancer Tamela Rich was looking for a cause—something she could get behind and get involved. Although she says she has not had cancer, she picked breast cancer research and joined other women motorcyclists to raise awareness and funds. Then, she turned it into a […]

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The latest Sound story is posted

November 26, 2010 Sojourn Radio

The 2010 National Day of Listening submission Brent took time to interview his mom, Jolene Miller, for the StoryCorps 2010 National Day of Listening. She talks about how she met Bob Miller and after 51 years of marriage lost him to an incurable lung condition. It’s the story of their Beginning and the End. The […]

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