So far so good. 180 down. 500 to go. Lots of Sturgis bound Harley’s.
It’s my last night in LA and, after a wonderful meal prepared by my daughter, I am packed for a pre-dawn departure. I went into this trip with a lot of questions about where I am headed. The highway, and more importantly the people I sat with along the way, gave me answers. Thank you […]
The Glendale Harley mechanic reported an “abnormal sound” and thought it was a lifter. He recommended a day to investigate, and then maybe a few days to order parts. Bike seems great to me. It makes all the sounds it’s made for 2200 miles and runs like a champ. Not going to overthink this one. […]
Oil change for the Harley at Glendale Harley.
The trip is picking up velocity now that it has rounded the 50% mark. I feel like I’m on borrowed time. I spent a few intense hours talking about writing, LA, and the next twenty years of possibility with my dear friend, and CU Boulder colleague, Pete McGraw. The rest of of the day was […]
Hard to believe it’s eight days on the road. I am sore. Breakfast burrito from my favorite hole-in-the-wall. I discovered this place while PA-ing for Helen’s major video. I always get the breakfast burrito.
A morning meeting in Mountain View with the fabulous Courseran, Cat Richter. Over coffee and a tart we schemed the future of scaled degrees. Watching the people go by, all I can say is that Mountain View is a strange world, indeed I headed down the coast. It was beautiful but bumper to bumper, a […]
I got the hang of that lane splitting thing.
Those Cali bikers lane split like crazy! And ride fast. I’m like an old man!