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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by Laconic, Jun 26, 2012.
I thought for sure you had visited in the past.
Anyway, thanks for the kind words.
That photo looks like BlueGrass or Burkes Garden ?
HB new nickname for me is Woodrow....
The cast has died.
crutches gone too???
That's great news....
i know she's happy
For the most part, she'll probably use them for long distance touring for another week or two.
Very good news.
Especially after she got it washed.
Well, I went ahead and exercised this morning, a bit wore out now.
Now you still need to take it easy FS....
Congratulations! Here's to your continued health.
Well, that annoying "bump" I started feeling in the handgrips on the way back from Vermont got to the point I could feel it in the footpegs too. Initially I was blaming the Vermont roads for beating my steering neck bearings to pieces , but as it turned out, my chain master link was failing. Only got about 10,000 miles out of it, not good. So I put on a new chain and sprockets.
Then I went for a little shakedown run. I had also re-shimmed my cush drive rubbers, so it feels like a new bike.
I dropped by to see my friend Ronnie, it's been a while. We have done several trips together over the years (Maine, Key West, The Natchez Trace) but he's decided to stop riding and even sold his bike.
Nice millstone in his front yard.
Some birdhouses along his pasture fence.
Then I rode home into an intense sun, just in time to do the dishes before the boss got home.
Saw this beautiful old cemetery on Boy Scout Camp Road. They have done some thinning and clearing since I was by here last; you couldn't see this from the road before. Very pretty.
Any metal kitchen cabinets in them homes ????
Cool! Janet and I stop often at old cemeteries when we are riding. Most of the time I have to call her back to the bike.
I keep telling her we can look all the info up when we get home.
My mom and I use to do grave rubbings..
Many years ago...