Twenty-five hundred miles, eleven days, three states … and only one guy tried to kill me. Not bad. [...]
Just back from an 11-day solo motorcycle trip through Arizona, Nevada, and northern California [...]
I leave on another mini-Gypsy tour tomorrow morning, this one a ten-day solo motorcycle ride to Nevada and California. [...]
I’m planning a 10-day, 2,500-mile motorcycle trip in early May and have been concerned about my new knee’s ability to withstand the punishment. My friend Ed suggested replacing the highway pegs on my Goldwing with different ones … of which he just happened to have a spare pair laying around. And here they are:
It’s so great to get back to normality. There’s really not much else to say about that. Treasure life while you’ve got it.
So what did we do on Sunday? Well, I rode to Sierra Vista and Tombstone with motorcyclist friends.
Tombstone tourist attractions
Badass bikers terrorize town
And while I was kickin’ [...]
Proving once again that you can find anything with Google image search, here is a literal bag o’ knees.
So what shall we blog about today? Knees, maybe? Yes, knees. I spent the weekend doing normal things: normal as in the kinds of things people with normal knees do. Walking and riding my motorcycle, mostly. [...]
Today is book club day. It’s my turn to host, so I’ve been helping clean up for company. We’re going to be talking about The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie, which I reviewed here last week.
But this short post is not about that. It’s about the two books I’m currently reading, A [...]
A friend and I rode our motorcycles down to Tubac yesterday for the annual Santa Cruz Valley Car Nuts Collector Car Show. As it does every year, the Tubac Golf Resort opens up its grounds for the show. If you ride down on a motorcycle you get to park on the grass right next to [...]