Aww crap I'm sorry you guys had trouble!! We actually ended up helping Steve (I forget his ADV handle?) get his 1150GSA home after the clutch slave went belly up. I didn't get pictures of that part, but I did manage a few iPhone pics of the weekend. On the way up to the rally, Drone and I (but mostly Drone) helped a Suzuki Boulevard with a dead battery to no avail, the guy got a mile before the battery let out again. AAA to the rescue, but we kept going. Stopped off for dinner in Leavenworth for lunch, great little German town. There were some fun setups out there. Then the off road rides, I'm PISSED that I didn't bring my GoPro!! Met up by coincidence with another local guy who knew a ton about the roads, he became our guide for the day! I gotta give my Dude a lot of credit, he made a most excellent monkey! And Dixie the pup thought the size of the sidecar was overkill but she sat great as long as mama was driving. We had some fun at the lodge where everyone gathered. Decent view and gravel road up, although us GSers were dying at the pace of the road bikes on the gravel. God, but I adore this bike!!! Then we were back on (or rather OFF) road again! I got no pictures this time unfortunately but we found some fantastic trails, managed to find folks who helped us out, and had a ton of fun. Until we got to the highway and hit the storm. Hail and lightening and WET - while those of us with rain gear mobilized to try and prevent getting soaked, everyone else (looks at WW and co.) decided to tough it out back to camp. It was miserable but not horrid, we all made it back although one of us had our clutch go out. Then we got together and hung out by the fire. WW became Bruce's unwitting pillow. :) Before finally getting up and losing his seat. (As you can see, Bruce was the star of the show for us) The hardest part was saying goodbye. We both enjoyed our time immensely with everyone, and I'm HUGELY thankful to Drone for giving me tips on how to ride a sidecar and throwing me into the deep end offroad and otherwise. This certainly wasn't how I imagined I'd learn how to navigate a sidecar hack, but goddamn it was WONDERFUL!!!