Tag Archives: weather

Posts where weather plays an important part.

Redbeard Cruise – Day 16

The last day of this trip. All I have to do is dodge a few rainclouds between Des Moines, Iowa and Ann Arbor, Michigan. What could go wrong?

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Redbeard US50 Cruise – Day 1

I begin yet another journey west for yet another party, but this time the reason and route have more significance than usual.

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2019 PITS Cruise – Day 5 (Frostbite to Balmy)

Today we started in the deep freeze, imitated border collies, added two members to our happy little band, and crossed a desert. Continue reading 2019 PITS Cruise – Day 5 (Frostbite to Balmy)

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2019 BMW MOA Rally – Day 1

This year I finally got around to visiting a few BMW MOA events, including the national Rally. Continue reading 2019 BMW MOA Rally – Day 1

2019 Haystack Conference and Fuel Pump Saga – Day 1

This year I rode the Nightowl down to the 2019 Haystack conference on search relevance. I rode the entire way there with a dead fuel pump. Strange, but true.

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Home in a Hurry, A Wet Part 4

All I had was another 500+ miles to ride to get home for a day before venturing onward with Karen to the next party. Unfortunately, there was a weather system to fight through to get there. Continue reading Home in a Hurry, A Wet Part 4

Posted from Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States.

Home in a Hurry, Part 2 (through snow?)

The second day of a four-day ride home from the SPITS run, started innocently enough but ended with the worst winter conditions I’ve ever encountered on a motorcycle. Continue reading Home in a Hurry, Part 2 (through snow?)

Posted from Fort Morgan, Colorado, United States.

Snow to Start, Wind to Finish

As reported earlier, I already knew I had to ride through some snow today. What follows is the tale of how I survived the day.  Continue reading Snow to Start, Wind to Finish

Posted from Tonopah, Nevada, United States.

Canyons, Red Rocks, and Snow Flurries

Since I rode further yesterday than planned, I was able to splurge an entire day to cross Utah and experience it’s natural wonders… and fickle weather patterns. Continue reading Canyons, Red Rocks, and Snow Flurries

Posted from Panguitch, Utah, United States.