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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by swedstal, Jun 5, 2017.
Congrats Bret. Rest up and fess up about why incognito around Ombabika.
All y’all stand by. He may be done riding, but he ain’t done writing.
(Well done my friend!!)
I just re-read the first few pages . I'm not sure I have a word for the feeling: humbling, nostalgic and happy to know it really came to fruition.
I'll have to find a new RR to check everyday
Well done Brett. Waiting anxiously for the "rest of the story" to tie up the loose ends and finish this off completely.
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Bravo Brett , this ride may be over but
B JYFL isin't
Enjoyed this RR thanks for taking us a long. Including any wrap up trip after action report with below would be interesting:
- why the trip (from your new perspective)
- best and worst part
- how you have changed since (if so)
- fav location
- moto choice reflection
I got into ridings to get me thru a time of my journey that I am well past. Now I ride to have some adventure and because I find the peace of experiencing a relationship with the Creator by riding in His creation. Curious what riding means to you now after this trip.
Thanks again for taking us with you.
EPIC Indeed!!! This one doesn"t even need more Cowbells! Wise man once said" When all is said& done.... more will be said" This herd can wait forever long it takes!!Rest up my friend Well done!
Makes me a little emotional
My entire being is covered with goose flesh...absolutely stunning.
Of this I am certain. A friend for life has been made and we WILL ride together in the future.
Much love and even more admiration.
Larry and Pegs
A LITTLE!!!?? Im a mess! lol
Honda needs to buy Annie and put her in a museum for all to see. What an awesome bike. A real testament to Honda reliability.
I can’t wait to hear what is next for Mr. Anderson.
Don't put Annie in a cage, she deserves to continue doing what she does best!
i'm with ya on riding with him, seems like he could be friends with anybody
We should all be so fortunate to have the memories from such an adventure as Brett.
In my not so humble opinion, Annie belongs where she will be understood, revered, and appreciated. Having just spent Friday walking through the hallowed halls of the motorcycle museum at Barber Motorsports in Birmingham, AL, I have no doubt where Annie belongs.
No doubt, indeed.....
I believe that too...... Right under BA's Butt, continuing to rack up more precious miles and memories!
There are 61 National Parks...a few would be a real challenge to visit!
Or maybe Annie in the Country Music Hall of Fame, maybe they have some sort of interpretive exhibits