Yep, August 16 came and went. I gave myself a present — took the day off work. At home, the spouse did his usual thing: gave me a card, a rose from our garden, a kiss and a hug, then asked “what’s for breakfast?” (He really doesn’t celebrate or care for birthdays, even “milestone” days like this day was for me.)
But before we sat down for breakfast, the doorbell rang. “Who’s that?” demanded the Spouse. Well, ’twas another surprise. Out on the lawn there rose such a clatter that…
In the whirlwind of my return from Utah, I have not had or made time to get out on my own Harley. Spouse has required a lot of attention with errands hither-and-yon, not to mention catching up with my lovely LOLITS and their grocery shopping needs.
Unfortunately, my “summer commute to work via Harley” is over for the year. Why?
Some people have asked, “what boots did you bring with you and wear on your recent motorcycle ride in Utah?
Good question. Readers won’t believe that…
I have produced one more video, this time much longer (7 minutes), while riding into Zion National Park via its eastern entrance road. (The video is viewable at the bottom of this post after the jump.)
This was yet another awesome geological experience to view on two wheels. What I enjoyed most about this park was…
My video production from my “helmetcam” (a GoPro Hero 5) continues. After visiting Canyonlands National Park on the morning of 27 July, we rode a short distance (distances in the huge state of Utah are relative), and rode into Arches National Park near Moab. I will describe what we did in the park, and video from our ride is down below. Read on!
This park is claimed to be…
I have returned home from my personal and business visit to Utah, and have had a little time to begin to process video from my crazy-awesome motorcycle adventure.
Canyonlands National Park is the first of the five national parks that we visited. Each national park we visited is different. This park…
One week ago today, “S” and I began our longest ride of our crazy-awesome Utah motorcycle adventure. With nothing open in the tiny town where we had stopped for the night at a small hotel, we rode 20 miles south, found a small-town restaurant, and had a great breakfast.
While we could see storms in the far distance, we began our ride again by entering the “Bears Ears National Monument.” This area was…
Loyal readers know that I completed my five-day bucket-list motorcycle ride in Utah. We rode 1,244 total miles (sounds more when you say 2,002km). Some people have asked me, “did you ride your own bike?” Others asked, “why did you do it?” and finally others asked, “is this the first of many more adventures to come?”