After duly mourning the demise of my 2020 trip to South America, I've finally started planning a new adventure that seems possible even in the time of coronavirus. I'm thinking a motorcycle camping trip in October through Southern Colorado, taking in a bit of the San Juans, passing through Durango, then scooting up into Utah as far North as Moab, then looping down around the Grand Canyon and back through Texas. My main concern is the weather. Looks like temperatures can get down around freezing in the evenings, which is a bit colder than I would prefer, but manageable. Rain looks pretty sparse that time of year. Will definitely have to be bundled up for much of the ride. Curious for y'all's perspective on 1) whether it will be too cold to be comfortable, 2) recommendations on places to see / stay / camp / hike, 3) people to connect with, 4) any general advice. Thanks a ton.