Tag Archives: San Antonio TX

Profile Response: Vicky and Phil Weinheimer, Converse, TX

There was a moment, driving to San Antonio for dinner in the passenger seat of Phil Weinheimer’s sedan, when I realized how much I missed something I didn’t even know I’d lost. His voice. Although I hadn’t seen Phil in … Continue reading

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Profile Response: Joseph Dial, San Antonio, TX

Categorize Joseph Dial at your own peril. He is a cattle rancher whose grandfather imported Brahman cattle to South Texas in 1876. He belongs to the Natural Resource Foundation, “We need our eco-system, yet we allow people to exploit nature … Continue reading

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Profile Response: Adam Turcotte, Ranger Firearms, San Antonio, TX

Adam Turcotte is a nice looking young man with a four-year-old daughter who goes to work in jeans and a checked shirt with a gun on his hip. He manages Ranger Firearms, a comprehensive gun store in San Antonio. “I … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 222 – San Antonio, TX to Converse, TX

February 5, 2016 – Sunny, 60 degrees Miles Today: 15 Miles to Date: 11,405 States to Date: 28 Food and people took center stage today. My cycling was nothing more than linking them together through San Antonio’s busy streets. I … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 221 – San Antonio, TX

February 4, 2016 – Sunny, 60 degrees Miles Today: 11 Miles to Date: 11,390 States to Date: 28  I finally broke down and bought a gun. Not from Adam Turcotte, General Manager of Ranger Firearms, who spent an hour with … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 220 – Uvalde, TX to San Antonio, TX

February 3, 2016 – Sunny, 60 degrees Miles Today: 91 Miles to Date: 11,379 States to Date: 28 Today it was just me and the bike and the last of the wide-open spaces before I reached San Antonio. The small … Continue reading

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