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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by lightcycle, Aug 1, 2012.
That's avatar material right there.
Can't even see it...
Sun is quickly setting as we walk around the Japanese tourist trap
We're close enough to the next town that it won't matter if we ride back in the dark. Wouldn't be the first time... Might be kind of cold though...
It's difficult to Samuraiz all our experiences in Japan, but I'll try to Cut to the chase and get the Point across.
Perhaps the pun is mightier than the sword?
We've been asked about our plans for 2020:
April Toronto MC Show if not cancelled.
OK, back to 2017 Gene....?
Putting something on paper is always a good starting point, even if you tear it up and throw it away. At least it’s a start!
Well, we don't like to plan anything, so this is just a back-of-the-napkin sketch. We'll probably just end up living in the moment and playing it by ear. Maybe do something entirely unexpected like go to the living room before going to the kitchen one day.
And of course, it'll take us three times longer to do this than anyone else.
Please stay safe you two.
And it'll probably rain on the way.
Does it have a rain simulator? Can it work without having fire/ambulance/police show up?
You too, Dan! Hope you are doing well in Brazil!
Am ok, but concerned. Hoping to somehow, someday get back on the road and consider this all just a bizarre twist in what has been a bizarre journey.
Awesome to see my 2 favourite ride reports intersect here. Best wishes to you for safety and good fortune. Thanks for updating when it must be tough under these circumstances.
Hopscotch over sakura petals floating on the pond
One more time, a big thank you for continuing to post about your travels. I realize this is a long way behind "real" time, but it is still entertaining to check in here and see a brief update almost daily. In our current environment, positive distractions are very welcome.
This guy must be a motorcyclist. He offered to adjust my rake and ride sweep
Those patio lanterns they were the stars in the sky