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I went for a morning ride back to the graveyard. Hopefuly these pictures will actually turn out since i had a memory card in the camera this time.
286 miles is not that far. Done in 95 degree heat on day nine after camping was painful. It should have been the nicest day, hwy 89 is beautiful. We’re don
Ashland. We saw comedy of errors last night, it was tons of fun. Today we head to mt. Shasta. An easy day of riding is ahead of us only 160 miles.
Heading down to ashland soon. Portland was nice, good to see family here too. Bikes still doing great. The Lovely Wife is also doing good! H&K’s new house looks great.
It’s HOT. Almost 100. The Lovely Wife is doing much better despite not sleeping well. OR just is not that impressive out by Grants Pass, so flat. Must do eastern Oregon sometime.
Sitting by campfire at Patrick,s Pt. eating smores. The Lovely Wife had a hard day riding but is loving the camping. Some great roads. The redwoods always amaze.