20 thousand miles of motorbiking in about 3 years and 9 months. When I started on this crazy idea at the age of 51 to try out motorbiking for the first time in my life, I would not have guessed that I would do it for 4 years. Nor that I would keep my first motorbike for 20,000 miles…
The love for biking and the bike itself are going strong so far!!
Usually Sundays are the days I drop by at Barrel House Coffee in Ballground, GA. Get to catch up on some reading and blog writing as well as meet up with my familiar friends there. Today, I decided to show up on a Saturday after a longish ride.
Good news is that I got to see Kevin after quite some time. Got a chance to catch up on his software coding of video games (I believe he has switched to Godot from Unity – still doing C#). The ever charming duo of Autumn and Allison were there too. Found out that Margot got a great opportunity over the weekend and has moved to Birmingham!
Started reading a new book – “Beginners”.
John always has a surprise up his sleeve every time we go out for a ride. Usually, they come in the shape and form of yet another new motorbike. This time was no exception. I made him count all the motorbikes he has had ever since we went to motorbike safety class together. I came up with 10. And I am sure I missed some. But this one – Honda Goldwing (DCT) is probably the best looking one. Yet, that is 🙂