Solo Chick Nicomama: Oregon, or Bust!

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by nicomama, Nov 21, 2010.

  1. rcook52459

    rcook52459 Been here awhile

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    i agree with you with warm and safe customer service.had 2 sets of heated firstgear gloves(made by warm and safe) and the left one went out on both.contacted them about a trade-in sale they had this summer and they replaced them both for free.funny thing about it the warehouse is 15 minutes from my house.great report.:clap :clap
  2. nicomama

    nicomama Rugged Rider

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    Rodr, loved seeing that you did almost the exact same loop of Oregon this summer. Scenery to die for, huh? Glad you're getting out to see our beautiful country.

    Hanksmybuddy, sure wish you looked for me in Starbucks in Bend. Maybe we could have shared some adv stories over a half caf carmelized holiday swirl frappo or something ; ) Flipped over your sunset pics in Alvord desert. A definite return must see!

    Timmer, thank you so much for supporting Adventure Motorcycle magazine! I look forward to the day when I, too, get to catch up with Simon and Lisa Thomas in person. Guess I have to ship my bike out of country to do that. Hmmmmmm.:evil

    Red Rider of MA, thanks so much for the hot tip of the month: Nikwax visor proof. Sure wish I woulda known about this before I put rainx on my visor. Hope it doesn't disintegrate!

    Rackemcrackem/Terry, hold onto your horses, there's more. :D

    Xymotic, thanks so much. Pull up a chair in time for the blast down the Oregon coast.

    pdxbrit/Gary, thank you for the moto love. Boy, do I love the Brits!:wink:

    Mr. Fisherman, thanks for joining me for the ride. I have heard about the fender drilling to attach the tube bag. Good tip.

    Tall Rob/Rob, I knew I could count on my adv riding carnivorous buddies to match my drooling over the prime rib.

    Gizmo, start another pot 'o' coffee. More to come ; )

    Tripletreat/Lawrence, boy, the Strand was your front yard?! I bet those were the days, alright. What took you away?

    Jedediah/Jed, you are a sweetheart! Love to hear that you're living out some dreams. Isn't that what it's all about anyway. OK, what other dreams are out there?

    Smilin Jack/Dave, yep, you and your sweetie pie Debbie have your priorities right. To get out of the house in the winter and head for one of the neatest hot springs around. Good for you!!!
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    After arriving at the coast in Lincoln City from white knucklin' hwy 18 from Portland, I pulled into the first Starbucks to warm my stinging face...

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    Well, the smile and wide shot doesn't reveal the ride that put my road abilities to the test along with a red shnoz and cheeks. But, this dark, wet and cold ride was a great testing ground for my new glove liners.

    Funny, how I pulled in with one toasty hand and one that was almost as frozen as my exposed face. What the? I checked to make sure the glove liner problem wasn't a user error first. Well waddaya know, it was.

    This is where I tell you how to step into the "Y" connector of the glove liners before putting your jacket on, and then your glove liners and gloves...

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    Imagine the cables are through the sleeves, and you have to step in between the splitter connector and the jacket before putting it on. Well, I didn't that morning. The cable wrapped around my body and into the remote connector. This tugged the connection of the left glove liner loose. It only takes once to get into a routine after that.

    Once I figured it out, my hands were perfectly toasty at the medium (yellow light) setting on the remote. I had finally reached the coast, the fog had lifted and the sweet sun was shining. It would just be a matter of time before I was peeling layers off.

    As for the W&S glove liners, they were fantastic. I loved having the 3 different heating settings to save on draw if I didn't need it. I tried the hottest setting the next morning when I left at a bitterly cold 5:30a. Only a couple of hot spots, but well worth the amazing relief of warm hands.

    I've heard from others who have grip warmers that it is hard to feel the full warmth through thick non-heated winter gloves. So I opted to try heated glove liners instead, and am thrilled with the results.

    What better combination than my first peek at the ocean and warm hands...

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    Even though I was on a time crunch, I still couldn't help pulling over for photo ops. The coastline always calls to me, so I just have to heed the call and share. I didn't jot down the names of the towns as I shot the photos, so I'm going by memory as I look at the map. If they don't match up and you recognize the spot, please chime in.

    I had to pull over in the Depoe Bay area. Gorgeous...

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    A calm bay, and a beautiful spot to take a breath...

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    I was in awe of one beach community after the other, all with different energy and feel. There were so many beachfront homes for sale. It really made me stop to think...could I live in Oregon?

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    The name of this next place drew me right in. Cape Foulweather. Little did I know I was being drawn to it for a reason. I actually am one to believe there are no coincidences, and that synchronicity flows easily when you are in touch with your inner self and listen to that little voice that says follow your heart.

    Here is the Cape Foulweather lookout gift shop where I spent some time...

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    I walked straight to this quaint old fashioned trunk filled with wrapped gifts. Fantastic, this is where I will grab the kids' gifts for the trip...

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    I didn't pay any attention to the name on the treasure box until I got home, the kids opened their gifts, and then my daughter Alana told me about the report she was supposed to write for school.

    She drew the name George Vancouver out of a hat in class. I told her to Google it to see what popped up. I knew immediately that he was an explorer, who Vancouver Island was named after. But, what I didn't know was that he learned his navigation and nautical skills from Captain James Cook, the explorer who discovered this part of Oregon and named it Cape Foulweather due to the hideous weather they encountered while there. Luckily, I had none of that and can show you the view from the gift shop...

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    What was amazing was that George Vancouver charted and mapped a lot of the coastal territory that I covered on my ride down the Oregon coast. We had a ball working on that report together.

    I had to pull over constantly after that, because the views just kept getting better and better...

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    This was my first time in Oregon, so, of course I had to do whatever I could to make sure the coast got on my route.

    What I stumbled upon next just made my trip. I have always been fond of lighthouses, but have never taken the time to tour one. Well, no better time than the present. Stay tuned for more of Yaquina Head lighthouse in Newport, OR.

    It was their interpretive center filled with history and interactive exhibits that beckoned me to stop first on my way to the lighthouse around the cape...

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  3. nicomama

    nicomama Rugged Rider

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    It was glorious weather along the coast this day, so I got to share its little gems with other travelers. This neat lighthouse had easy access to its base, and I was thrilled to see a strong wheelchair bound tourist soaking up its scenery with a smile on his face. My first visual of the lighthouse...

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    I was lured by the beach below to look for its tidepools first before ascending the lighthouse. It didn't matter that the tide was too high for the pools, I took the time to sit and enjoy the beauty for awhile...

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    It was a neat jaunt down the beach walking on the smoothed stones that massaged my booted feet...

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    There were some neat beach treasures along the way. One of my favorite things to do as a child, while camping on Whidbey Island beach in Washington (charted and mapped by George Vancourver, surprise) was to go beach combing and find treasures in shells, rocks and drift wood. It still is one of the things I love to do on a beach. I even enjoy checking out the unusual sea weed that washes up...

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    I walked back toward the lighthouse to find a nice lunch spot...

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    Could you even find a better spot to mow through left over Thai curry chicken than this...

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    After finishing a lip smacking lunch, I noticed that I wasn't the only one enjoying the view from this wooden lookout perch. I turned to talk to my fellow view appreciator. Meet Joe Hannan who was taking a short time off from school to work at the Yaquina lighthouse center...

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    He was an absolutely fascinating young man who was ready to take a big bite out of the world. He grew up in Newport, Oregon ("the friendliest town in the U.S."), and was given the traveling bug by his grandma who used to take him on exploration road trips from Los Angeles to Chihuahua, Mexico as a child. She instilled in him the excitement of reaching beyond comfort boundaries past the fear of the unkown. So now, Joe is studying English and Arabic at Portland State university, so he can move to Beirut to find a job related to language syntax (that shuts down the left/logic side of the brain and uses the right side).

    Exchanging excitement about life with Joe was one of the highlights of my trip. Once again, goosebumps let me know that I'm on the right track in doing what I love most and staying true to my heart...getting inspired and inspiring others through adventure and living life to its fullest.

    Onward to the lighthouse...

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    It really had an historic feel about it. Almost like you could feel the hardy souls who watched over it for lifetimes...

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    I was sweetly welcomed by Betty, who with her husband Bill, travel in their RV from Arizona to set up camp and become docents of the lighthouse for the summer/fall seasons. They have been doing this for the past 3 years and have made some neat friends...

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    I hung out with Betty for a bit, and got a huge kick out of how she would find great pleasure in asking people to "Come stand in the WOW spot." They didn't know what in the world she was talking about until she asked them to look up, and invariably they would say "WOW", as they saw this...

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    Wonderful how nature can be seen in architecture. I enjoyed seeing the inside of a nautilus here.

    I really enjoyed picking the guide's brain regarding the history of the lighthouse as we climbed to the top of this 2nd oldest lighthouse in the U.S. It's one of 3 coastal lighthouses that Henry Roberts built that didn't rotate. It's 93' high. Its lens was built in Paris in 1868 and is 9' tall to throw its beaconing light for 20 miles. Since it didn't rotate, in 1937 they added a blinker to it to add to its visibility through tough weather...

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    Can you imagine the family who were stationed here in the 1800's, who grew their own food from a front garden and lived years of solitary life here without anyone to share their lives. Picture the lighthouse keeper who used to sit in the viewing port for hours upon hours to look for lost ships and monitor the tides and details of the sea around him to jot down in his daily journal. This was his job, which he took great pride in for a lifetime. Amazing. This was their view from their "backyard"...

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    How funny was it to find neighbors from Simi Valley near Sherman Oaks where I live now who were up here taking care of a sick uncle. Meet Cindy Weir and Kathi Miers, who were taking time off to take in some incredible history and beauty along this gorgeous coast...

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    My soul was filled from touching history and others' lives. Now, it was time to continue the journey if I were to make Sunset Bay State Park by nightfall.
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  4. jjustj

    jjustj Long timer

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  5. rview1

    rview1 Adventurer

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    Nicole,

    Yes this may not be orginal but sincere, GREAT RIDE REPORT :clap Since the Wee is resting for the Iowa winter:cry , I will travel in spirit as I read your adventures-Thank You. Another thing this Iowan loves-Prime Rib, Yet another thing in life to be thankful for. Safe travels !
  6. aldntn

    aldntn Vgo

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    really is awesome. Maybe in a couple of years I'll manage to get back to it. Five of us travelling on bikes stayed in a little town, something like 150 east of Bend. The only restaurant in town stayed open late so we could eat. When the Canadians of us asked about beer, the response "beer, wine, whiskey, whatever you want". I could probably live there with no problems.
  7. nicomama

    nicomama Rugged Rider

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    The town of Newport had a neat feeling about it. It was one of the larger beach communities with coastal beauty and bigger city amenities...

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    There was a wide range of dwellings from estates dotting the craggy cliffs to cute beachside cottages, who have the luxury of walking out their back doors across the fine sand to the ocean...

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    Whatever the size of the home, many of them had glorious views...

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    Further down the coast, Jack turned in to check out Heceta Head park to take in this beauty...

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    Heceta Head lighthouse from afar...

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    Another beach pull out up the road had me stopping to investigate the water play on the rocks...

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    after being mesmerized by the water dancing around me...

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    I ran into some neat people who showed me whales tales breaking through the water out in the distance. I didn't have a telefoto lens to give you a shot of this amazing phenomenon. Let's all use our imagination...

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    These wonderful people also gave me a great heads up for spotting the famed sea lions. Instead of paying to climb out towards Seal Rock to find the sea lions absent from this rock, they told me to stop at the turnout just above. This is where you find them as you look down from above...

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    These sea lions seem to absolutely love this spot. What with their own little pool to float around in, and gentle waves that help propel them up onto the rock to hang with their friends...

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    Don't you just love laying out in the sun every once in awhile to feel the rays on your body. It is a magical experience isn't it? These guys sure think so...

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    Just downloaded a YouTube vid, so you can try to hear their glory through the sea breeze noise...


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  8. nicomama

    nicomama Rugged Rider

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    Rcook52459, I love hearing others' stories of wonderful customer service by Warm & Safe. Thanks to sweet jjustj who told me about Mike Ebers of Warm & Safe getting interviewed by the only motorcycle traveling show on the internet, Side Stand Up. If you want to hear details of the heating products of Warm & Safe please check out episode #276 in the left column of the radio show website. Check out the website anyway to see the tons of great motorcycle guests they have on the show. We're a neat community.

    Here are the two hosts of this great radio show, Tom Lowdermilk...

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    And, my dear buddy, Pat McGhie...

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    rview1, it's great to see a sweet Iowan enjoying some sunny moto weather vicariously. Thank you for coming along for the ride.

    aldntn, isn't it neat to discover these little towns by adventure riding where people feel the fun and excitement and want to be a part of it? There is a lot of compassion floating around this wonderful world of ours, and it can be found anyplace. From a small town whose only restaurant stays open for a group of hungry motorcyclists to a remote village where an impoverished family opens up their doors and pantry to a hungry solo rider, we have it all.
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    Just down from Helceta beach and the city of Florence, I discovered the neat town of Dunes City where there are dunes from the 101 hwy through beautiful dune parks to the ocean...

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    There were neat wood planked trails leading out into some of the dune area. You can also find campgrounds and activities amongst the dunes here.

    I couldn't pass this bridge up. It may have been in the Winchester Bay area. There is nothing like incredible engineering and art at work...

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    North of the bay on the other side was a breathtaking view through the mist...

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    Here's my WOW spot...

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    I stumbled upon a beach vehicle trail that was so alluring, that I just couldn't help myself and explored it for awhile...

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    I mean, what a view...

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    The contrast between the burnt or winterized trees and the blue sky was captivating...

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    The sun was dropping fast after that, so I had to make a bee line toward Sunset Bay State Park in Coos Bay. I was told by my ADVrider buddies in my prep thread that the weather might effect the many campgrounds, so I opted for one that was tucked out of the weather and very sheltered. A big thanks to Mr. Fisherman for suggesting I try Sunset Bay campground. If you're looking to travel down the Oregon coast and want to check out other campgrounds please check my prep thread. There are some wonderful suggestions by some neat ADVers.

    I think I snagged site 32 (one of my favorite numbers) backing against the pure beauty of an Oregon forest. There was a chill in the air, so I couldn't wait to pick up some wood from the host and light a fire to warm my bones after a twelve hour day in the saddle, while I set up camp...

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    Jack really enjoyed scooting his butt back up against the fire...

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    Just like I did, as I stoked the fire before eating some more Thai curry chicken and a Clif bar and then going for a walk around camp before diving into the tent for some reading and hitting the sack...

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    This was going to be my last night of camping on this ride, so I soaked it up. The warmth of my Big Agnes and the cushiness of my raft as my sore riding body settled in put a huge smile on my face as I drifted off to sleep.

    Wow, this is livin'!
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  9. nvdlboy

    nvdlboy Long timer

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    Some fantastic shots there Nicole! The OR coast is one of my favorite places to go - the incredible scenery and the vastness of the Pacific are so therapeutic for my soul.
  10. RedDogAlberta

    RedDogAlberta High Plains Drifter

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    Fantastic! :clap
  11. gs211

    gs211 Adventurer wannabe!!

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    Great report.:clap Living on the North Oregon coast, I sometimes forget how lucky I am to be here. Your photos reminded me how lucky I am.:D
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    Episode #172 is also really good :nod
  13. RockyNH

    RockyNH Older Than Dirt!

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    Nicole, beautiful campsite for your last camping night!!! That sunset bay is gorgeous~! I loved the ocean shots too...

    Thanks also for the kind words on both myself and the radio show (Sidestandup)

    Pat in NH
  14. Mtl-Marc

    Mtl-Marc Adventurer

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    Thanks for sharing. Gotta love the west coast.
  15. Rob.G

    Rob.G Mostly Harmless

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    I've been reading this for the last few days, and figured it was a good time to chime in.

    I stopped at that same turnout with the view of the lighthouse to the north, and the sea lions directly below, on my way home from dune riding in Winchester Bay and Coos Bay back in July. Pretty area! I wish it had occurred to me to stop and visit the lighthouse.

    Awesome report, Nicole! And great photos too. I LOVE the photo you called your "WOW" spot!

    (another) Rob
  16. El Birdo

    El Birdo Been here awhile

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    :thumb I agree with you 100% and I am anxiously awaiting your instructional healing technique......:bow

    I have lurked your other reports....beautiful :cry in every way.

    DRZ questions.....I am thinking about setting up a DRZ for my wife to ride. How does the bike handle the long road, hiway speeds? Looks like you carry a big load, how's the power for carrying it? .....and how does it handle the wind???

    Again wonderful job
  17. nicomama

    nicomama Rugged Rider

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    nvdlboy, you sure have it right. Searching out the beauty our country has to offer is so soul-filling. It's nice to get reminders where to find these gems.

    gs211, lucky dog, you have this beauty at your front door. But, then again, so do I in southern Cali. :D

    Airborndad/Keith, such a crack up. I went to the Side Stand Up site to go listen to episode #172, so I could mention what great thing you were referencing, and it was my interview. I had totally forgotten the number of my episode. So, very sweet of you to mention it. What a sweetheart.
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    Up at 4:40a to leave camp at 5:30a my longest day in the saddle, 14 hours and 529 miles. Phew!!! Had to use a headlamp to break down camp, while my grapenuts got sogged out. I don't like them crunchy...

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    I was on a mission that day, so not as many photos. Unfortunately, I blew through the southern tip of the Oregon coast in the dark, so I couldn't check out ladybug0048/Sherry's hot tip about stopping for lunch at ADVrider Sector's Barnacle Bistro in Gold Beach. Thanks to Sherry you get to see her shots of it during the day...

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    And, you won't want to miss their fish n chips. I mean c'mon...

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    Got some sun once passing the Cali border, so I just couldn't pass up the opportunity to see some stately redwoods lined up at attention while swooping through the glorious curves of hwy 199 into the Jedediah Smith Redwood State Park. I saw a sign for a trail, and had to stop Jack immediately to stretch my legs. The clock could wait for a moment of nature's beauty...

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    It was easy to lose track of time as I melted into this gorgeous redwood forest...

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    I had to force myself to get back on Jack quickly, but promised to take in one more redwoods gem called "Avenue of the Giants" just past Eureka. It proved to be well worth pulling into my destination after dark later that day...

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    Trekking that day through some incredible highways at 60-80 MPH has me definitely wanting to remind all other riders to be very careful of the deer. I horrifyingly rode past a dead one on the road that was victim to a car earlier that day. It would be the other way around if it were me instead of the car.

    I also cautiously rode past a deer who was looking right at me as I hugged the inner lane in case he decided to bolt.

    So, I decided to do some research on deer whistles. There are a few out there for motorcycles that tout that the high frequency sound waves alert the deer who are stopped in their tracks from the whistle.

    Then I came across this article by Roy Truelsen for the Internet BMW Riders, called "Deer whistles, They Don't Work". Who restates findings that "Information published by both Washington and Oregon State University, Cooperative Extension Services, tests by state police in Utah, Georgia, and Wisconsin, and testing in Europe all confirm the ineffectiveness of these devices."

    So, I don't know what to tell you folks. I've heard of some horror stories of guys running into deer at dusk with fatal results. Being hyper aware of the side of the road in deer territory can help reduce disasters. If anyone else knows of other methods to avoid this peril, please let us know.

    I had to pull over for one last photo op in northern Cali to show the beauty all along this west coast...

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    I got to Santa Rosa too late to meet motorcycle seat artisan James Renazco of Renazco racing. I wanted to tell him in person how much I LOVE his custom seat on my bike. Let me tell you, I never would have been able to complete a 14 hour day on my DRZ with any other seat...

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    Note the brilliant wider shape of the seat, which is ergonomically correct to support the human frame, especially women, for longer periods.

    Sure my butt was sore after 14 hours without many breaks other than gassing up, and it's something I hope I don't have to repeat again on ol' Jack. But, I still had a smile on my face as I recounted stories to Toid after a shower and soup at his place...

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    Ah, I did it. What a trip. I wasn't able to chat for very long before passing out after setting the alarm again for 5:30a the next morning. Had to leave Berkeley by 6a if I were going to make it to L.A. to pick up the kids from school on time. Didn't even have time to attend to a loose chain. Didn't realize how easy it was to fix until I got home.

    Espi was working on a commercial that day, so couldn't get the kids. He's the concierge in the new Call of Duty Black Ops video game commercial.

    Wish me luck for the next day's ride.


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  18. ian408

    ian408 Administrator Administrator

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    The ride up the coast to Oregon and beyond is simply beautiful. So much to see and so little time to see it.

    Great report!
  19. jspringator

    jspringator Been here awhile

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    I'd say an Arabic speaker could pretty much write their own ticket in government work these days. FBI, Homeland Security and defense intelligence are all paying top dollar right now. Smart kid.
  20. bash3r

    bash3r I ain't no DingWeed

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    Good to see you are back out on a ride, Nicole!! Be safe & enjoy yourself!