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... door to slam shut with an equally loud crash. I climbed to the back of the camper to re-secure the door. We continued the lurching ride upwards. Crash number two. Not so bad now that we knew what was going on. But back again to resecure the door more firmly! This time I propped it shut with a bag of clothes. Barely back in my seat, crash number 3! Back again to prop it shut with a case of drinks – very heavy and stable. No! Crash #4. Now I wedged every loose item we ...
... Wagon Master, Trish & Bob Close prepared Lasagna, salad, garlic bread and several desserts for our dinner. It was a nice evening to meet the other people who we will be traveling with over the next 32 days. Tomorrow morning we will board a tour bus for a long day of ...
... 5 horsepower, it went from 0-30 mph in 12.5 seconds! Pretty cool looking bike, for its time; click here to have a look. By comparison, the Harley he’s riding today has a 1,690 cc displacement, and does 0-60 in 4.5 seconds.
Ray has ridden hundreds of thousands of miles on Harleys, BMWs, Yamahas, Kawasakis, and Hondas. He is a certified instructor who has taught Motorcycle Safety Foundation riding courses. He understands the ...
... highway, came over to Palm Desert, and did some exchanging/shopping, bought some wine, and went to Sun City to see Guy and Celine. We always have so much fun with them. They showed us pictures of their new condo in Montreal, and of their recent trip to Tahiti. This was all capped off by one of Celine's spectacular dinners. Golf tomorrow and Wednesday at Sun City.
Day 47 I thought that we had woken up really early the other mornings, but this one took the cake. 4:30am. We quickly packed up, and hopped on the bus. We made our way to one of the highest sand dunes to watch the sun rise. A few of us climbed all the way up in time for the sunrise, but it wasn't easy. The sand was so fine and the dune was so steep that ever step was a struggle. When the sun started to come up, it made it ...