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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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Avoiding the big city

Our last week in New Zealand was pretty relaxed.  We had more than enough time to get to Auckland, drop the motorcycles off for shipping, and catch our flight.  We weren’t really keen on hanging around the city, so we … Continue reading

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Continental Divide Ride

In December of 2013, Tom and I got an email from our friend Bob, suggesting that we join him and his friends on a three week Continental Divide ride from the Mexico border to the Canada border.  Sounds like fun, … Continue reading

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Southwest Road Trip and a Change of Scene

We took a little road trip, wandering the Southwest in October and November, 2013. We wandered down the east side of the Sierra Nevada. Passed through Sedona, but didn’t get sucked into any vortexes. Visited Santa Fe and Las Vegas. … Continue reading

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Pretty Pictures of Jasper

We passed through Jasper both northbound and southbound on our Northwest Territories trip.  It’s so beautiful there, I have to share some of the images from that part of the trip. We first got to Jasper during Labor Day weekend. … Continue reading

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Northern Lights

When we purchased our camper, our goal was to extend the camping season in comfort.  And we had a specific trip in mind.  2013 was forecast to be exceptionally good for Northern Lights, and we wanted to go to the … Continue reading

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Testing the Camper

(February – March 2013) The real motivation for getting our camper was bad weather or off season camping.  But to test it out, we put ourselves in a more forgiving climate.  Thus, after picking up the camper near Sacramento, we … Continue reading

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