I am faced with a perfect day to ride. The question is, where to? I could ride to the coast. I could ride the forests. Or, I could just ride till I get far enough then hit the home button on the gps.
How about throwing in some sandwiches and soda pops and head for Lake Livingston. Take the rod and reel and do a little fishing and basking in the sun. I would if I could...I am faced with a perfect day to ride. The question is, where to? I could ride to the coast. I could ride the forests. Or, I could just ride till I get far enough then hit the home button on the gps.
Hey Crownfire: If you happen to take the planned trip and go through Burnet, take Hwy 281 South out of Burnet about 4 miles to Park Road 4. Go west on Park Road 4 to Longhorn State Caverns Park. There is a neat "Gotcha shop" and restaurant at the Park entrance. Then continue West on PK Rd. 4 over to Hwy 29 and East back into Burnet. Its a nice loop and has some twisties and nice scenery to boot.So, where did you go? From your place I would have headed to Burnet and then loop around Austin. I'm trying to talk the wife into a trip to Fort Davis in October.
I find no fault in being with the government. Especially since I am retired from the Federal Aviation Administration. Just know your always welcome in this neck of the woods. Thanks again.You are welcome. It is what I do and I am proud to there to help, even if I'm from the government.
OK, you convinced me. I flipped a pointy stick and so I will fire up the FJR (needs to have the soot blowed out) and head WSW. Should be back in a couple of hours. Maybe......Later.Unless I have a specific destination to get to, I just let the road dictate, and just go 'gypsy'. Sometimes the nicest rides don't really go anywhere, you just ride. Sounds goofy, but I just point and go.