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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

Posted from Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States.

Take the long way home

A review of my motorcycle touring history shows that I have a tendency to blast home from the MAMMARY run in a single long day. Only twice have I taken the time to wander home via a more interesting route. For this trip, the first-ever tour with Karen, I decided to take a leisurely route home and wander through the mountains a bit. Continue reading Take the long way home

Posted from Williamstown, West Virginia, United States.

Wandering out east

This was going to be a full day. For group activities, we knew we had a lunch ride and a steak dinner on the schedule. Between those appointments was going to be an impromptu meet with one of Karen’s friends up in Baltimore. Would the weather be too hot? Would the thunderstorms leave us alone? Only time would tell.
Continue reading Wandering out east

Posted from Owings, Maryland, United States.

Let the real blogging begin!

The basic testing is complete. The WordPress software is installed. The input methods from my computers and my iPhone have been tested. A geotagging plugin has been added.

I leave for Red’s little soirée on Wednesday and I should be able to keep those that care up to date with the latest shenanigans. It will probably be the first time that Ghost Cruises has seen live updates in about seven years and that’s embarrassing.

As of today’s date, all of the earlier posts are just tests that I will eventually delete. In the future, I will migrate over the content from the original Ghost Cruises site and that will populate the earlier dates with that content (probably all the way back to 1997 — that’s scary).

Posted from Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States.