don't know if I call that growing up , I can't even trust my kid when I leave house and he is not even old enough to party yet and hope he does not ever do behind my back. I can't even trust him on computer either argh.
Hi Judy, thanks for the welcome. If you ride any stretch of Route 66 AZ is the place! There is 90 miles of unspoiled old-time Route 66 in AZ. Make sure you take water, I did it in early June and the temp in Needles CA, when I arrived was 108. The clutch and brake levers were almost too hot to touch! I recommend getting the Route 66 Dining and Lodging Guide by the National Historic Route 66 Federation and The EZ66 Guide by Jerry McClanahan. Both were invaluable on my trip.
Hi, and thanks for the welcome. IN the nineties I travelled to Wilmington on a regular basis, and it was one of my favorite places to visit.
My brother and I took our first trip last summer from the AC, NJ area, into DE, and then across PA to Alleghany Nat'l Park and then acroos Rt 6 and down the DE River on the PA side and crossed over to Trenton and then to AC. I really enjoyed Rt6.
We're looking into VT for this summer, and must see's?
Ok lets see I'm behind the 8 ball when it comes to the computer. My use is check my mail and other business I live where there's lots of farming and we just don't move that fast in the NW here we never go down to the big city too many cars and trucks. We hop on the bike and go over the Pass thats about 5,000 ft + and taste the clean fesh cool air then head over the eastern washington and then you're in the dry hot Desert an ride to the next mountian range. Of course we have rain and snow so we do all are driven inabout 4 to 5 months. anyway I'll try to figure out all the transfer to phone then web site take care
I was checking past messages and saw I had gotten one from you. Congrats on being a "JAM". My wife and I are ACD's and Couple of the Year one more year. A few ideas to cover. Are you guys going to Tulsa? If so would love to meet you, share some stories and such. OK to show you what kind of fun we have at our Chapter gatherings, go to www.YouTube.com, in the search type in NC L2 and watch the video, it will be me singing to my wife and 10 other COY's that made it all happen. The final thing check out this site, since you are planning a "Road Trip" this will help you save some money while you are on the road. And, after you check it out if you should decide to join let them know how you heard about it. My wife and I have joined and can't wait to use it going to Wing Ding. www.motorcycle-travel.net