Introduction: Hi, Im Mike. Recently, a group of 13 good friends and I traveled south of the border to the copper canyon region of Chihuahua, Mexico. I will try to best to give you all the details and pictures. Feel free to comment on anything. I am sure some of the others will chime in when I miss something . Day 1: It was March 6th, the snow and cold was really starting to get to me. I had only had a chance to ride my trusty steed two times this winter when there were clear roads. Those miles were not so fun compared to the miles to come in the warmth of Copper Canyon. Sideshow, Ahren and I had loaded up our bikes to head to MN the night before, so after work all I had to do was hop in the truck and go. That is when it really started. Phone off, email notice set. We hit the road from Madison, Wi and headed through Lacrosse to south eastern MN. I am actually from there, so it was nice to go home, even if just for the night. On the way there, we stopped for a bite to eat and some beer in Lacrosse. If you are in the area and havent tried it, I would recommend Bodega Brew Pub , great ambiance and they have something like 400 bottled beers and 15 on tap. Sandwiches are great too (I had the Cubano). Once we got to Minnesota, we ran into the rest of the inmates for the next leg of the trip. We would be taking off the next morning at around 8 am, so we loaded the bikes and gear up into the trailer and called it a night. Ahren checking the bikes in Lacrosse At first light, we got up and took off. No major issues and the rest of the next 28 or so hours were largely uneventful. My first time in a long distance RV ride and I must admit, even in the 1992 Newport, I felt like a boss in that rolling living room. Here are a few notable shots from the way down: The Rig Everything is better with NOS Just keep rolling Many gas stops and energy drinks later, we arrived in Presidio, Texas.