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Fondly remember crossing over into Missouri on that ferry in 117 degree heat, and being pleasantly surprised at the roads which lay on the other side.
There is so much noise in the world today its a treat to get away from it any way you can.:-)
For some, riding is a social event. For others, an escape from having to socialize.For me, motorcycling is meditation. The engine sings a mantra and the mind empties of thoughts not necessary to steering around the curves or pondering the zen of the scenery.Iím happily married and have solid friendships, but Iíve never had anyone on the passenger seats of the three Guzzis Iíve owned. Iíve attended a couple of rallies to talk bikes, but rode there and back solo. I have on rare occasions enjoyed a group ride, but adjusting my pace to the lowest common denominator and surrendering the ability to veer off the planned route takes some of the fun out of it.Itís only partly because Iím an anti-social bastard at heart. My jobs have always required dealing with fellow humans of all stripes. I can pass for good company and love hearing interesting people tell their stories.But my bike is a rolling Fortress of Solitude. Iím lucky to live on the edge of a bustling city where I can ride 15 minutes in any direction and be on a winding road where only an occasional car needs passing. I can almost always manage to get deliciously lost and see new sights.This forum allows me to participate vicariously in your rides, get and share information on the care and feeding of these quirky Italian bikes, and rub up against personalities both endearing and prickly without hangovers or fisticuffs.Itís cheaper than therapy.
Flying gliders is a great solitude experience. I generally fly without a radio and generally by myself. I feel like I have escaped earth and nothing can interfere with me until I land, totally in my own little world and totally self reliant. GliderJohn
John, there is a glider club that I go by everyday when I'm working. It's in Davie county, NC, on NC 801. Just wondering if you may know those guys.
Traveling alone is exceptionally fun for 2 or 3 days then it get a bit lonely.
I reckon I felt that riding back from the Arctic Circle
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