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Long day riding. Stayed off the Interstate Highway but was a great deal longer to get to my destination.
A hot day riding - no shade or cloud cover.
I was going to stop at Shreveport for a cold drink but circled the town and decided to head off to Alexandria via US 171 South (The Scenic Route - according to the HD Touring Guide).
Whilst it was probably far more scenic that the main Interstate Highway it did take me a ways South ...
... 160;So I placed decoy car magnets on the Prius in the form of a "Support our Troops" ribbon and a Christian fish. So far these have served me well. As I came up to the checkpoint, the friendly officers said they were just checking for seat belts, smiled, and waved me on. Now what was really going on here I don't know. I would like to think that these police officers had something more to do than check belts, but I ...
... provided communications back to Kathy who could then relay information to the mechanics. Kathy and I stayed with the bikes for security. Elizabeth and Janet had gone off in search of a hotel. The rooms were booked at many places and were very expensive but we Did finally find 3 affordable rooms. We were hot and tired at the end of the day, but I was grateful to be safe and sound in a town where services could be sought out.
... our road trip following our planned route based around places that feature or are mentioned in True Blood! Maybe we will meet a vampire or two! Our 1st main stop was not a True Blood location however but Nottoway Plantation, which we reached along the i10 listening to classic American road-trip songs which we had pre-downloaded on Spotify. The interstates are really good for getting between places quick, but they are fairly dull, mile after mile ...
... because someone thought 5:30 a.m. was a good time to fly out. But instead of sleeping I will lay their with my thoughts running 90 miles an hour - is everything packed, did I get everything done at work that I should have, am I crazy for going away for two whole weeks? Can only hope that by the time the plane lands in Honolulu, I will be able to relax, leave all my worries behind and enjoy all that Hawaii has to offer.