Thank Rusty. Pls attach to this thread or send me via email. I was having my GPS offline for sometimes.If you are interested, I can send you the tracklog of where we went so you can look at it.
That was Fred's bike with the Spot on it. I had one running in my tank bag, but under the maps so you couldn't see it.
No, you did not miss that as I haven't created yet.Did I miss the NC thread?
Could you post a link in this thread to it if you create a separate thread for your NC adventures? Looking forward to hearing about it. In Mooresville, 30 mi north of Charlotte if something comes up and you need help.
no pressure; just have enjoyed your story.No, you did not miss that as I haven't created yet.
There are more than 1200 photos in my camera now, and it take me sometimes to ride back to Atlanta and working with the photos.
Posting from Clayton-GA now. Today I will ride around 200miles more to back to Atlanta.
P.S: Thank you. I was at Asheville, that seems the nearest point of my ride to your place.
They still keep manufacturing a lot of HD now, I think.It's a common issue in a lot of places.
Gotcha, Scott. Looks like that's advantage of a dirt bike.The GS seat is fine, it is the knees that can't stand to be bent for long periods of time. The GS is REALLY comfy to ride in the standing position. So I often spend a lot of time just standing, this is especially true when riding off the pavement.
Look at me, I was too fat in comparison with my normal status.From this morning, Tourmeister and Viethorse heading back to Huntsville/Houston. They didn't plan on cold so TM has my spare jacket liner and Viethorse has a pair of my extra winter gloves. Viethorse is wearing all the shirts he had with him. Two long sleeve ones and two short sleeve ones. I think there will be a lot of stops on the way to warm up.