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... He was going really slow and did not look comfortable. After a few miles we pulled over and he broke the bad news. He said he couldn't hold a line with it. It wanted to go anywhere but straight. It was like he just told me my girlfriend was fat am ugly. His bike felt like my kids tricycle. It was so easy to flip from one side to ...
... Africa. He finished up and was one of three selected to represent the US And he only started to ride in March. He was off the beaten trail and popped up on the BRP. Did I mention he's 50? Anyway, real inspiration. What a nice guy. We spend 40i items talking to him about life and motorcycles, with mostly wade and I saying "wow". So that hit our reset button. Now were back in the black and charging towards out next stop. Thank you Mr ...
... brother. This tour was a behind the scenes look at how the place operates. The estate was built in 1895 with the latest technology of the time, which was amazing. It had 43 working bathrooms and it had three boilers which heated the house with coal originally. The electrical system used 15 watt lightbulbs throughout the house. The whole infrastructure was well done. Seeing this was John's favorite part of the day. It was not my favorite because ...
... drive was beautiful. Along the way, we stopped to buy groceries and gas in Marion, Virginia.
One of the most noticeable features of the drive was the kudzu everywhere. I had seen it before, but not in such great abundance. We can read about this invasive vine taking over the South, but until it is seen for oneself, it cannot be imagined. ...
... the top down as this is the ultimate cruising opportunity. With all the stops to admire the view we only covered 70 miles today, so a long way to go. A real find for dinner, The Blackbird. Innovative Southern cooking of fine ingredients was really well done. This place gets our highest rating. Saw some weird sights in the streets, including a woman who would be best described as 'topless melons', enough said (and ...
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