The Bowlus Road Chief Terra Firma Is One Luxurious Aluminum Camper

Hey you! Get outta town! No, seriously. Get out of town and go on a hike, scenic drive, or pitch camp at your closest National Park before this year’s burnout sets in. If you endeavor to hit the open road and play nomad for a bit, you don’t have to do anything fancy; sleep in the back of your truck bed, claim a plot at an established campground, or rent a camper. As long as you’re exploring, you’re good. If you’ve got beaucoup GME-sourced bucks to toss around and a penchant for all things fancy, we highly suggest hitting the road with Bowlus’ new lightweight limited-edition Road Chief Terra Firma camper trailer that’s loaded to the rivets with hi-tech features and plush amenities.

The headline feature here is the Terra Firma’s 8-kWh lithium-ion battery pack, which according to Bowlus provides up to two weeks of off-grid living without a recharge.

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Popular, bike-riding Williamston police chief hangs up badge after nearly 11 years

WILLIAMSTON – Bob Young started his last day as a small-town police chief the same way he began the job – interacting with the community.

a man holding a sign: Williamston Police Chief Bob Young, photographed on Monday, Feb. 1, 2021, outside the Williamston Police Department, is retiring.

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Williamston Police Chief Bob Young, photographed on Monday, Feb. 1, 2021, outside the Williamston Police Department, is retiring.

On Monday morning, Young dropped by St. Mary Catholic School, where elementary students wanted to recognize their police and fire chiefs for the important work they do. New police Chief Jim Wolf was there to introduce himself, too.


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“It’s amazing after 11 years how many people you have contact with in this job,” Young said Friday after a steady stream of business owners, city officials and other community members had dropped by to wish him well during a socially distanced open house. “They were the key community leaders who helped in the success of a good police department. That’s where

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Motorcycle Monday: 1948 Indian Chief

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This thing just bleeds cool.

Welcome back to Motorious’ Motorcycle Monday where we highlight an interesting motorcycle for your consideration. This time we’re taking a look at this cool ’48 Indian Chief with attached sidecar. While it’s not in pristine condition, you could park and display this motorcycle for others to admire if that’s your thing. Even better, a classic like this just screams to be taken out on the open road and with that sidecar it’s easy to bring along a companion.

Photo credit: Speed Digital

People go absolutely nuts over classic Indians and for good reason. If you look at the details on these motorcycles, they’re unique and undeniably neat. For example, the Indian head fender ornaments, Indian insignia stamped on chrome trim pieces, and the decorate gauge face.

It’s not unheard of to find old Indian Chiefs

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