Yes, up and about but having to be very careful. I worked on the Strom yesterday, trying to fix the left fork seal leak without success. I'm unfortunately having to wear mechanics gloves to avoid busted knuckles or other type of cut and it is a darn nuisance. One of the things I did do was to remove my ROX handlebar risers which made the steering much easier and more responsive. With the bars pulled back like it was before, it accentuated every little steering issue. For some reason the front end wobble at low speeds has been significantly mitigated. It is still there a bit and hopefully will be taken care of with the installation of the leading legs. I was going to delay installation until I could pull the front forks but decided to get it done while Jay has the time. I'll lift the bike and do the repairs when I get it home. I'll also take the time to install All Balls tapered head bearings and new wheel bearings. This pic I took yesterday near Bay Street in Port Orchard. The body of water is Sinclair Inlet with the Bremerton Navy Shipyard across the inlet. To the right about a mile or so past that little white house on the point is Rich Passage, which opens up to Puget Sound and the route to Seattle. It is an extremely beautiful passage and a must see via boat during the summer.