Just a few hours after leaving Virginia, we arrived at my friend's house in Baltimore, Maryland. My friend Peter is an old family friend, we used to see them every summer as kids as we travelled around the country with my parents and we'd always stop at their place in Wisconsin. Was great seeing my friend Peter and spending time with his family, talking about old times and crazy stuff we did on their farm years ago in Wisconsin. After a couple days there, it was time to continue north. Next stop, Freedom Sidecars in Middleburg, Pennsylvania...to visit another top notch sidecar builder Claude Stanley and his crew, who I'd never met, but consulted with him on the phone a few times during my initial sidecar build. Until now, I had only seen their work in photos on the internet, but seeing the rigs they build and the work in person, I was impressed to say the least. Claude Stanley's personal KLR sidehack....he takes that thing places one wouldn't believe a sidecar can go ! The man himself, Claude Stanley. Claude let me take this rig for a spin, I was really impressed with how it handled. Some words of advice.... Doc hangin' out in the shop. A sidecar rig for a wheelchair. Claude's talented crew at work.... Love this old poster ! Spent the night in Claude's shop, we talked til the wee hours of the morning.....next day, it was time to head to New Jersey to see yet another old friend.