Ahh, spring is in the air. Err…spring internships that is. Now’s the time I solidify my plans for after graduation, May 15, and the doors are opening left and right.
Sad news out of the Sunshine State, but I learned something new. The memorial markers that line the side of the road, particularly on the interstate, are allowed for up to one year. Then, they are removed. But Dan Hoolihan doesn’t think that’s long enough. Dan lost his brother, David, to an ATV accident in 2005. “David, 41, and his girlfriend were riding ATV’s near his home late at night when he his four-wheeler hit a pile of asphalt left over from construction of the southbound exit ramp. He flew over the handlebars and was instantly killed,” the Web site said.Now, the sign is decorated with fresh flowers in memory of his brother. “I like visiting the marker, because it’s the closest I’ll ever get to where David was last alive.”
On a positive note, there’ s a new book out for all you fitness fanatics. The third edition of Motocross Fitness: The Ultimate Home Training Guide for Motocross Athletes. Check it out! “Everything you need to maximize your strength and conditioning for motocross with exercises and workouts designed to use little or no special equipment.”
The wonder-dog Opee is making news all over the country! Read this article in the Shanghai Daily about the fastest dog on the planet. “The only thing missing is the cape.”