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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by stuntheavy, Apr 29, 2013.
I sure as hell hope so Squishy!
Costco. I buy all my wedding rings at Costco. So far they have taken every single one back, no questions asked.
You're going to have the time of you life and come back a changed person with a fresh new perspective on life. It might take a while to shed all the BS and get into your travel groove, but when you do, its an almost surreal experience. Yes, when you see all of your possessions strapped on a bike, its a very freeing feeling. Just check out of the whole freaking program for as long as you can swing it. Best thing I have ever done in my life, hands down.
Looking forward to your excellent adventure
Looking forward to the next installment.
As was said earlier, ake your time and enjoy the people along the way. I am off I75 heading toward Tellico if you need a place to throw up a tent or would like a free beer.
Son, get back to your job and get some god-damn responsibility......
Get out there and enjoy!!!
Doesn't get easier with more years....
Will be following (and enjoying) your adventure!!!!
Love your attitude! NOW is the time to do this. Age catches up much too quick! Subscribed.....
Dude, there are a lot of similarities between where you are now and where I was when I did the TAT. Least of which are the bike and profession.
I will be following your report. Thanks for taking the time.
Count me in
There is so much good universal info here I had to re-wind.
Subscribed indeed - have a deep admiration for those who "do" -- some talk some do - will be following along on your quest man (y)
Hope you have a wonderful trip that allows you to discover what (you don't even know) you're looking for.
Awesome! Ride safe and enjoy what ever life throws your way.
In case you haven't come across this RR yet, these guys are starting soon.
[QUOTEInterested in some words of advice?
- Don't rush the TAT.
- Take your time. Meet people. Share stories.
- Camp as much as you can.
- Once you get out past Oklahoma camping is easy.
- Also check out the ADV Tent Space thread.
- Eat better.
- It takes a lot of calories to ride and stay alert and fit.
- Canned goods at the supermarket and a small cook set can result in tasty and nutritious meals.
- Stay positive.
- Good things will find you if you are a happy person with a positive attitude.
- Poopy people in a poopy mood will not receive the generosity of the Universe.
This is the same info I learned on a solo trip in Death Valley. Never realized how much energy you burn on a bike. Next trip we make, I plan to calorie count for better mental and physical strength. It makes a more enjoyable ride.
"Sometimes its just not about the goddamn money."
There is more wisdom in that statement than you can possibly realize at 25 years of age. Always keep that in mind and you will surely find what you're looking for. Good luck in your journey