People who do not ride motorcycles cannot understand, and I feel sorry for them. Us bikers get it — riding “for the journey, not the destination” is a biker’s state of mind.
These past few weeks, I have been doing just that… getting out there and…
This is a review of a new Rev’IT Tornado 3 motorcycle jacket that was highly recommended to me by the ultimate of reviewers of motorcycle gear, Roy, the author of reviews found on mcgearhub.com.
Roy and I were connected by a mutual friend, Larry of hotboots.com. I struck up a dialogue about…
Here goes… riding my new Harley-Davidson Softail Slim to duty as a volunteer in my community. I love combining my passions for community service and riding my motorcycle:What I like a lot about this motorcycle is
I realize that I have not posted much on this blog. There are some things going on at home about which I would rather not disclose that have returned me to being a caregiver.
Things are not *that bad*, but nonetheless concerning.
It has also been darned hot, classic for the Maryland ‘burbs of DC this time of year.
Spouse and I had planned…
During the “stay-at-home” order period, which here in Maryland began March 30 and technically hasn’t ended (for good reason!), I was a good schnook and did just that — stayed home!
In mid-May, restrictions began to lift slightly for activities where you did not interact with people, including being able to ride my Harley for more than running errands to get groceries or to the pharmacy. (Or go skydiving, but that’s different.)
I have been careful about following salient and prudent orders and recommendations from the Governor of Maryland who is doing a great job responding to the coronavirus pandemic and protecting the residents of my home state.
I am grateful that covidiots who reign supreme in other states are kept at bay in Maryland (so far).
During the “stay-at-home” period, I only ventured out…
Must enjoy the occasional pleasant winter day and get out for a ride on my Harley…
The average air temperature in early February where I live (Maryland, USA) usually ranges from 27F (-3C) to 47F (8C) for a high. I do not have heated gear or like to ride when it is cold, so my Harley rests in the garage, waiting for a great day like we had on February 3 when temperatures soared to 67F (19C) by noon.
Retirement has its perks, including…
Whilst most of the continental United States is experiencing rain and snow, the weather on Saturday 28 December in Maryland was unusually pleasant. Sun (though winter muted), dry, and mild with air temperatures that reached 60F (16.5C).
As I mentioned in my recent post, I have been noticing the weather forecast and giving signs at home (longing looks at my neglected Harley and deep sighing–catches the attention of the Spouse every time).
So on this fine day, I got together with some buddies and…
I want to keep this blog going, but again and again, I have run out of ideas to write about. So today’s post is a short ramble about the unusually pleasant weather and …