Where'd you run across all that alkali in the mountains?
Hopefully they're just replacing what they burned up on that two mile hike through Death Valley in the dead of summer, albiet a few surplus calories to justify a GL1800 would be calories well spent.Bill, you have hit one of my most favorite spots in the USA. Make sure you go to Ghirardelli's for a chocolate sunday. They are the best. Glad your back on the road.
Chocolate, donuts, pasta, etc. By the time Bill get's back he going to need a GL1800.
I agree! I've sat on that seat. My computer chair doesn't even come close in comfort. I wouldn't say he is " roughing it ".Another thing I wondered about was how you could stand to ride day after day across America and function at the end of the day, but after looking at your seat, I need not even ask.
Thanks Mark. We are having an awesome time.Wow, great pictures! I'm using your trip to entice my better half into a long trip with me. Glad everything is going well.
Mark, I believe the little lady has part Cruise Director in her. I laid out the basic trip for almost a year. When we had 3 weeks to go she said "I would like to see the trip if I may." At that point input from the other side began to happen & we worked together with the plans & some basic principles.I have one question...It appears you are making great strides in your trip...are you going point to point and then doing sight seeing mostly at your final destination point or are you stopping along the way (other than gas fill ups)...if stopping how are you making so many miles per day...I made one stop in SD and spent an hour talking with the locals...at that pace it would take me three years to make the trip you are doing..just curious...? Glad to see you and the misses are having fun...
Fossil- The pictures are great. Look for a house in Seattle for the wife and I. We are thinking about retiring there. We are green with envy...