We stored the bikes today - strange feeling to walk away from them knowing we wont see them (for now) in California. We filled up with gas and Ed had some gas stabilizer (THANKS ED!). We also disconnected the ground from both batteries, and covered up the terminal with electrical tape so we don't get accidental re-connection. Not much else we can do - but fresh oil! I wish we could have done that, but it wasn't going to happen. We are planning to go to the airport tomorrow (Friday) evening (our flight is 5:26 AM Saturday) and spend the night in the airport, because there are rumors that there may be a total quarantine starting midnight Friday, which could mean no taxis available. Sort of waiting to see what the news is tomorrow, but for now that's the plan. Before disconnecting the battery, I took a picture of the odometer, and found the one from post #2, taken just as we left. We've come a long ways! But the trip isn't over yet And there they are - along with Eddie's bike. And there they will sit for some time. Our thought right now is that we will come back in January and spend another two or three months riding before shipping back. That assumes a bunch of stuff, but it is the plan at the moment. My odometer, today, taken after we parked the bikes. And this one was taken on January 16, 2019 - that is 21,232 miles in 14 months. And counting! But the count will sit idle for some time to come, unfortunately. Yes - since the start of the trip I have taken to just keeping the bike in Dynamic mode, for those that noticed. Unless we are off road, then I switch to Enduro. Have not touched Enduro Pro because .. I am not (an enduro pro!).