One month - 6,000 miles
This is start of month two of my ‘«£Long Ride For Life.‘«ō If you just joined the trip, it‘«÷s great to have you along.
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Picked up Janet at the airport this morning. We‘«÷re running up to Stowe, then down along Hwy 100 to Waitsfield, home of American Flatbread. It‘«÷s all on the website.
In the heart of Vermont
By the time we got to Woodstock we were half a million strong - oops , wrong place, wrong generation! But our little journey was just as fun and a lot less crowded. Hwy 100 was made for touring on a motorcycle. More good stuff is on the website.
To New Hampshire and back
Sometimes you come across a fantastic road that was not on your intended route. That‘«÷s one of the many wonderful things we got to enjoy today.
Chester and Weston
We checked out more great little towns and hamlets, and enjoyed more great roads and wonderful old homes. We are even getting great weather. Follow along on the website.
Along the Connecticut River
It was a great run down the river road to Southern Vermont. Slower and bumpier than the faster interstate, but much more satisfying. We visited the closest thing to the town of Stepford this side of Hollywood.
Back to New Hampshire
We crisscrossed the Connecticut River on our way to Lancaster to attended the UnRally. Roger‘«÷s campground turned out to be the perfect venue for our get together. Read more on my website.
Three great days in New Hampshire
Had a super time with the gang at the Unrally. Lots of great riding over the three days, and the food was pretty good, too. See my website for all the details.
We left New Hampshire, and took a quick run across northern Vermont on the way to the airport. There I had to say goodbye to my traveling companion of the last ten days. Next, Mark led me across the border to his home town.
Heading out from Ottawa, I made a quick detour into Quebec. Then it was on to Lake Huron in search of my campsite.
Great photos! Wonderful adventure! Thanks for posting. Ride safe.
Back in the USA
Made it safely across the border into the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Had a few interesting stops along the way. Pictures and story on the website.
Quick spin thru Wisconsin
More great roads and finally some decent weather, heading west to Duluth.
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Zen Riding to Glacier
I found 50 miles of wonderfulness on the way to Glacier National Park. It was one of those special roads that make you remember your first ride.