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Life in the Fast Lane by ASHLEY MILLER for the Sequim Gazette: Michael Petersen learned how to ride a motorcycle when he was just 4 years old. It was one of his favorite activities with his father growing up in Ephrata, a small town in Eastern Washington, and he quickly adopted his dad's motto: "Lean forward and give it full throttle — all of your trouble will be behind you." As he matured, Petersen was surprised to learn that not only did he inherit his father's mechanical mindset and need for speed, but he also is a talented artist like his mother. In fact, he still remembers the day he learned he could draw. He was 11 years old and signed up for art as an elective because he had a crush on the teacher, Mrs. Anderson. On the first day of class, he realized that he could draw a lot more... Click here to read more.