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Wait, what happened?

Riding happened.  There were so many things to see, roads to explore, foods to eat, and wines to drink that blogging just wasn’t happening.  Sorry ’bout that.  But I still hope to share our trips.  Just a little late.  Things … Continue reading

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Angling across Spain

It was amazing how fast things changed once we left the coast.  We had our own private roads winding through the countryside.  We were heading northwest, and this route took us through a range of the northern Spanish countryside.

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The (East) Coast of Spain

After leaving Cadaques, we spent a few days in Roses, just a little down the coast.  We stumbled across the preparation for a car rally.  All the cars were still squeaky clean.  I particularly like the trophies. The Mediterranean coast … Continue reading

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Cap de Creus

The Pyrenees drop into the Mediterranean Sea right at the border between France and Spain, making for a dramatic coastline with rocky headlands, twisty roads, and small towns.  We were happy to be out of the rain, even if the … Continue reading

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Wandering through France

We entered France with a very loose plan.  We were aiming for Corsica, actually, but that’s quite far, so we started our wandering just by heading south.  We picked the littlest roads we could find and wandered this way and … Continue reading

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We’re getting some questions about the logistics of shipping our bikes, so I’m just going to do a post about it.  Pretty pictures will resume in the next post. The tl:dr version is Motorcycle Express, $1085 for each bike, $625 … Continue reading

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Landing in France

We were originally planning to take a ferry from England to France via the island of Jersey, but the ferry timing was less than ideal, so we caught a different ferry and got to explore the very western part of … Continue reading

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