It's 100*F here today so I decided it's too hot for a helmet so I sat and road my easy chair!! 🇵🇱
Update: Sena customer service rocks! They've agreed to replace the headset even though I'm a month out of warranty. Sent it off this week. I put my old SMH10 onto my helmet temporarily for our trip tomorrow.Hope so, but turns out I'm 1 month out of warranty. Figures. I've been in discussion with them today and am waiting to hear back if they'll do anything for me.
It was a great day and with another feast at sonic. Man I miss having a good sit down lunch somewhere. That said it is marks bday. Happy birthday my friend.RayJ and I went for a ride today. When I got to his house he asked me if I knew the road that went through the Delta National Forest. Well, I rode it last Sunday most recently, but never got there via Kosciusko before. We left his house riding to Kosciusko on Center Crossing Road which has some nice sweepers on a country road. At Kosciusko we stopped for lunch and then headed out Hwy 19 to West as Ray said it was a fun road. He was correct, nice sweepers also. At West we made a phone gps maintenance stop and I took this picture.
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Horace Greeley said "go west young man" but I doubt he was speaking of West, MS. Also, neither of us is young.
We continued west on MS 12 to US 61 at Hollandale. After Belzoni it drops from the hills to the Delta farm area which makes for a pretty straight run through rice, soybeans, cotton, and corn fields. The soybeans deserve their own color in the Crayola box they are such a deep green right now. At US 61 we turned south to MS 16 and then east down a curvy road that follows the creeks and rivers back through the Delta to Holly Bluff. There we turned onto the Satartia Road that curves through the Delta back to the Hills at Satartia and continued east to Bentonia. There we jumped on US 49 down to Flora and MS 22 across to Nissan Parkway and Old Canton Road back to my house. We stopped for a couple adult beverages and swapped lies for a bit.
A great day riding and if I had known that it would be a 280 mile day I would have worn more appropriate underwear to avoid the monkey butt feeling I now have.
Mark - yep, I started in 72 and crammed a 4-year program into 5 years. So, I finally graduated in spring of '77 and headed for my first job at Goodyear in Akron.I also attended MTU. Started in 1978 and Graduated in 1981, so you may have been gone before I got there. I haven't been back since 1991.