I dont post often...but this is hard to not make comment. I echo all the previous feelings of how odd it is to feel connected to someone you have never met over 1000 miles away.
We had a thruxton, tattoos, and being from Ohio in common. In this day and age it's nice to find people so quickly with common interests using the internet. I would have never known of him, or been able to enjoy his words and enthusiasm about the passion that brings us all here.
I was following this thread closely and planned to contact TJ regarding his ink work as I will be back in Ohio to visit my dad next summer and wanted to visit his artist. Never put off contacting friend or family.
It is wierd (and, of course, very sad). I see "CaspianThruxton" and I go, hey, I know that guy. Well, OK, we never really met face-to-face, but he's been here...and let's hope he's got some ***** good twisty roads (and peace) where he is now!
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