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... for service. Luvern is the V-Twin man. He performs our 12,500 mile service. Then he educates us on the importance of owning an Indian, all the while talking softly to the Chief when I express a concern regarding her. Luvern is a true Master Mechanic. Harley certified at the highest level, but is in love with Indian. Only two years Mark's senior, however, he has a lifetime of motorcycle experience. What an experience... this man is awesome and Indian of Fresno ...
... After thanking him for the tour and 'chat', we headed on to Hollister for our primary current mission of food and grog.
Bonna got on the "Around Me" app on her iPhone (once we were back into coverage-Verizon is KING here, as in most places, so our ATT phones sucked until we got near a larger town) just outside of Hollister and found a new 'micro brewery' listed. We plugged it into the trusty GPS and found the Hollister Taproom ...
... wound our way to E. Dunne Ave, the road leading to Henry Coe State Park. E. Dunne Ave primarily climbs up with ranging incline grades of 3%-12% having an average of (guessing) 8% for 10 miles. So not too bad...especially with the occasional flat and even brief gentle descents. The road provides some exquisite vistas of Anderson lake below. It the traverses old oak forests and past meadows blanketed by wildflowers on the way to the top where ...
... usual, knew nothing of Australia except that we have huge-ass spiders who 'attack' people as if they're some form of rabid dog. Silly, silly folk. Now it's off to the Cliff House to grab a beer and watch the sunset (also per Mario's recommendation). Our theories that San Fran will be the more active but equally as chill section of this trip are already proving so very true. Bring on the beer!
Update: Just arrived at ...
... our bikes, and started out towards the bridge, which was only about two miles away. San Fransisco is very bike friendly and is the most ecoconscious of all the big citys in the world. So we get going, and we are peddling (very uphill), and battling 20mph winds coming at us, when we realize two things: 1. I cant do this, and 2. the bridge is hidden in fog. Plus its only 59degrees, so its quite chilly from what we are used to. So we decide to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center