Riding a motorcycle was something I never thought of. At 5 years sober, I met a guy in the rooms of AA, and after a long motorcycle ride on the back on his bike in April 2002, I knew I had to learn how to ride. Not only had I fallen in love with him [...]
My first Sturgis trip was a follow-up to the annual AA Serenity Run in Cedaredge, Colorado, in 1992. I had met a man there who was heading to Sturgis following the Serenity Run, so I asked to join him. That part was easy. But as I rode the 640 miles from Cedaredge to Sturgis, South [...]
Arthur 30 days
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MY SEARCH FOR HIGHER POWER AND SPIRITUALITY
By: Alan L.
I have searched all my life for my place in the universe with regard to God and religion. I gave up on religion many years ago because I couldn’t stand the hypocrisy I witnessed from those who practiced most religions. I still continued my [...]
Greetings, Salt Lake Central Office! Isn’t it amazing how quickly a month flies by? Especially when you’re having fun at the Central Office annual picnic. If you missed this, I feel sorry for you. Thanks to Nick R, Doug C and Mike, an entire pig was stuffed with potatoes, onions and other good things and [...]
Greetings, Salt Lake Central Office! I hope everyone’s summer is going well, but enough with the heat already. I’m always ready for some warmth, but this is a little over the top. Oh well, the snow will be here soon enough.
The big news around here is the ratification of the new Bylaws, after 6 [...]
An alcoholic reading through the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous for the first time might be tempted to skip over Chapter 8 since it is titled “To Wives” but on further examination, will find that it was actually written by Bill W. Skipping this chapter for any reason would be a serious oversight and one [...]
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