After week on the road and a tumble down a hillside, the Benton Hot Springs were a welcome sight. I had entered California and not seen much since when I rolled through a tiny town with a gas station/cafe on the corner that had a sign saying, "Sorry no fuel." Well, this could be a… Continue reading 19 Days on my Nine-T Part 2
Canada, oh, Canada. Arriving at the border around 10 A.M. we were greeted by Bambi wandering through the lot. We waited for our turns like good little boys and girls and were ushered through single file. Border crossing from the U.S. to Canada can go a few different ways. Every person that crosses has a… Continue reading Expect The Unexpected And Roll With It-Part 4
Have you ever just been strolling along through life and had something hit you square in the face that just couldn't be ignored? For some people it's a job opportunity, a way to make a dream a reality, an idea that might solve some of life's' problems, or maybe a new relationship, but for me it was a… Continue reading Silverton, There’s No Place Like Home…
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Day 3 of our adventure started with raindrops on the window of the hotel in Murray Kentucky. The skies were gray, the forecast was grim, but we had no place to be and all day to get there. The first thought was, let's find an off-road adventure somewhere out of the storm system that was… Continue reading Kentucky rain, Tennessee sushi, and Jesus sandals