I could have used this “extra” day to rest, but I decided to get in some extra riding in the Adirondacks. What could go wrong?Continue reading Newfoundland Day 20 – Adirondack Storm Dodging
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Posts that discuss GPS technology.
Newfoundland Day 19 – Back in the USA
After 16 days in Canada, we finally ride back into the USA. It’s one highlight on a bit of a death march of a day.Continue reading Newfoundland Day 19 – Back in the USA
Newfoundland Day 13 – The Viking Trail
We ride the Viking Trail up the west coast of Newfoundland almost all the way to the top of the island.Continue reading Newfoundland Day 13 – The Viking Trail
Newfoundland Day 11 – Riding the Shore and Isles
We ride the “Road to the Shore” and the “Road to the Isles” (Newfoundland loves naming their roads creatively).Continue reading Newfoundland Day 11 – Riding the Shore and Isles
Newfoundland Day 8 – The Avalon Peninsula
Today we ride the Irish Loop, which traverses the coastline of the Avalon Peninsula in southeastern Newfoundland.Continue reading Newfoundland Day 8 – The Avalon Peninsula
Newfoundland Day 2 – Crossing New England
Today we leave the interstate highways and venture across up-state New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, and into Maine.Continue reading Newfoundland Day 2 – Crossing New England
Road Blogging Before the Internet was Ubiquitous
I was recently musing over how evolving technology has changed the way I publicize stories about my two-wheeled travels.
With this post, I get to channel my inner curmudgeon, the old man down the street that is forever telling the neighborhood kids to get off his damn lawn. So here goes…
When it comes to telling your friends about your latest motorcycle tour, you kids have it way to easy. Continue reading Road Blogging Before the Internet was Ubiquitous
MAMMARY 2012 Final Map
Sure, this year’s MAMMARY run was just over a month ago, but here’s one last post with a full map for the run.
Continue reading MAMMARY 2012 Final Map
MIAZ 2011 wrapup
The final tally for the trip was 3866 miles in roughly 88 hours of travel time.
Continue reading MIAZ 2011 wrapup