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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by Jamie Z, Nov 29, 2020.
thx Jamie Z.
it's been great!
Thanks for taking us along Jamie Z. Have a good rest period and we’ll be waiting to hear from you when you are on the road again.
I usually just "like" posts, but want to second all the good thoughts about your trip while you take a break/pause. If you are ever in S. Louisiana, let me know.
Let's hope spring brings and end to...you know what, and opens up the world again. I'm ready!
This is going to be like waiting for the next season of Ted Lasso.
Thanks for your diligent upkeep on this report.
It was good to meet you, ride with you, host you.
Looking forward to the next edition.
It’s so hard to keep up with a report at the pace you are. Thanks for the effort and entertainment!
Great job Jamie, excellent reporting! Enjoy your break.
I'd read about non riding Jamie! I know it would be funnier and more interesting that hearing about how my wife's day went at work:)
Denver? How do I get in line to buy you a beer?
Be well Jamie!
Even earlier this year I could not have imagined that Covid restrictions would still be in place. I am truthfully hoping things will let up by spring of 2022. That is when I am going to throw caution to the wind and go on my own ride. In the meantime... What the #@$% are you going to do for the next few months?
Have a great break from riding and the effort you put into this blog. I know your non-riding stories are great because I loved reading your Uber Chronicles thread!!
Thanks for the great report Jamie. Would like to know about the compact wood burning stove. Have a nice rest.
Well heck!...I was just getting ready for Jamie to head to other parts of the planet that are warmer to continue the RTW. I'll miss these stories, Jamie.
One of my moring ritualls is seeing where Jamie is at and reading the wonderful updates with the stellar pictures. Now will be missing Jamie's and Dan's (Ohio Danimal) updates as the days get shorter.
Thanks for sharing your trip and taking all that time out to post it up. Good luck with the re-charge time and getting set up for the next leg of your adventure.
Thanks Jamie. As others have said, before work each morning I would check your report for updates, have a well deserved break and I can't wait for you to return!
Glad the Mitas E-07 tires we mounted here are working for you.
I like the tires a lot, but curiously I find them quite squirrely off pavement. Their grip on both wet and dry on pavement is phenomenal, but off pavement, they feel quite slippery to me. I wouldn't expect that, as these are the most aggressive tires I've ever used.
If you'll recall I recommended the Mitas E-10 knobby front.
I also found the E-07 front felt not planted (squirrely) off-road.
Switching to the E-10 front will plant the front and still be great on pavement.
Thanks, Jamie, for a wonderful and entertaining ride report!
You know you've always got a place to stay if you visit Santa Barbara again.
Thanks for the ride along Jamie Z. My mornings (or today, lunch) will not be the same without an update to your ride report. Alas, all good things must come to an end. I'm looking forward to the next installment!
Nice RR Jamie. Enjoyed visiting new places through your travels. Be safe and Bill and I look forward to seeing you again sometime.
Say, I'm with "eyes shut" come spend the cold months where it's NOT cold! I've plenty room and a pipeline to Desert Nirvana
The prettiest girls in the World are in Santa Barbara don't ya know. Santa Monica is "the Home of the Homeless" for a reason.
Cold living is for folks that want to or have no choice. California the safest state for virus last I heard. I'd bet you could couch surf all Winter and keep riding. Prospects for viral control by next Spring are not looking to good.......