We had a surprise project fall in our laps at work and because of that, I had to alter my plans. Looking at the temperature rising steadily out West and the cost of shipping the bike home I have decided just to fly to Denver and then rent for 4 days.
That being my final decision, do you have any good routes that will allow me to stay at the higher (cooler) as much as possible.
dee, thanks for the shout out.
I'm having to redefine what it is to be 'me'.
I've been jonyrr for so long, now I have to cope without the 'rr' part. all part of the karma learning on this plane of existence...although it ain't easy or fun a lot of the time.
time to reinvent myself again..
Hello Dee. My name is Kevin and I live in Raleigh. I plan on heading out to the southern mountains once my wife and daughter leave for California. Since they are going for 5 weeks, and I'll only be there for one, I thought I'd use the time to ride the Old North State.
I will drop you a line once I get a firm date on when my wife's work commitments are done.
Good talkin' to you on the road yesterday, Dee. I rolled into the garage about 8:45PM. It had chilled down to 43 Degrees. I ordered another Bridgestone BT020 AA for the RT. I'm getting 10k plus miles on them so I can't think of a good reason to switch off.
I'm completely out of the motorcycle business for now. Yes, I finished up in Sonoma Califonia about two weeks ago and had a phenomenal trip. The cases of wine are still coming. I spent last week mtn biking in the Tetons...just heading out for a road ride now after some "combat" lunch time town errand riding...yikes.
Enjoy Greybull and Cody. I'll probably stay off the roads once the 4th hits...maybe work in the yard...then head back to the mountains when everyone else goes to work.