I got my ticket for the long way round Two bottles of whiskey for the way And I sure would like some sweet company And I'm leaving tomorrow, what do you say This is how Anna Kendrick’s Cup song begins and it fits how I feel today. I have a ticket for the ferry to Denmark for tomorrow. The ferry is not really the long way, but my bike will be my ticket for the rest of my travels. I don’t have two bottles of whiskey with me, but I could get one on the way. Most importantly is that this time I have company. My 16-year-old daughter, Tea, will ride with me this time. Hoping it will be a good dad and daughter thing to do before she is too old to want to ride with her dad. She already has a 125ccm Yamaha MT125 that she uses a lot. Bike riding must be in her blood. Who can blame her? She was 4 years old when she was riding with me for the first time. The Bike is the same trusty Kawasaki GTR1400 that took me to Turkey in 2013. Some of you might have read my report from that ride.http://advrider.com/index.php?threads/a-viking-searching-for-the-south-east-end-of-europe.881563/ (thats not my topbox. It is a cat cage and its not going with me on the ride.) Our target destination is Gibraltar and we have 2 weeks planned to do it. It could be cut short if I get a new job I have applied for, but I don’t expect to get it so most likely we are good. This is our planned route south. Denmark and Germany will be mainly motorway to cover some distance quickly. The stuff Luggage is same setup as last time, just more stuff as we are now riding two up. I have invested some money in a smaller summer sleeping bag to save space and hopefully have more comfort in the hot south Europe. As you can see I do save a lot of space replacing my two regular sleeping bags. A new IPad mini have been purchased as the old one was slowly dying on me. Hopefully I will be able to keep this report updated while we are on the road. Just need to find a way to transfer my pictures from my camera to the IPad, so I can upload them. Oh and a new camera to. I now have a Nikon D7100. It was a gift to myself after working in South-Korea for a few months and it’s a sweet camera. Maybe I will be able to take some good pictures from the ride. At least the camera is not the imitator anymore. Now it’s all down to the operator. I hope to keep updates coming as quick as i can.