Wrapping it up

I got to have lunch with a fraternity brother of mine over in Tucker. I’ve missed him on prior visits to Atlanta, so it was nice to see him this time. I am looking forward to seeing Todd over Christmas. After lunch I needed to head across town to drop the bike. On the freeway... Continue Reading →

Costal Plain back to Piedmont: 300 miles

Every story has it’s climax. For this story that has passed. With the drive back west, it’s all “downhill” from here. All that remains now is riding the bike back to Atlanta and then dropping it off for shipping back to California. I started the day off by packing up the beach cabin and heading... Continue Reading →

Piedmont to Coastal Plain: 300 miles

At this point I’ve lost the sense of what “Monday” means with nearing three weeks on the road. It’s strange to have the bike in Georgia, sort of an out of place thing even though I enjoy having my own set of wheels. The bike seems to be running just fine. With the battery issues... Continue Reading →

Another Go at It

Today I had more of the same fun I did yesterday. It was good to be in Georgia on Father's Day to celebrate with my Dad. The lake was really down this year. Atlanta was in a drought. It took a bit of wrangling with the "tickets" to ensure that everyone believed why I was... Continue Reading →

Catching up on life..

The first order of business was to get my eye checked. I had an 8:30 appointment so it was up early and off to get checked. The infection was a stye, and a reasonably aggressive one at that. The problem though is that all I could really do is let it run its course. No... Continue Reading →

Onto Florida

Leaving Savannah was hard. Saying goodbye to Lisa was really hard. I was glad to have stayed the extra day so I could spend more time with her. Today's drive was about six hours most of which was spent traveling across central Florida. One of my favorite vices in the south is Chick-fil-A, a fast... Continue Reading →

The Low Country

Driving with kids is an entirely whole different ball game. You've got to focus on the road ahead and the baby behind. Lisa was great for most of the trip. About halfway through she let us know she was hungry, but that's easily reminded. The drive is easy for the most part. No traffic in... Continue Reading →

Lisa comes home!

Peace and tranquility ended in Atlanta on Wednesday. Brittany and Lisa flew in from Savannah on Wednesday. It's been about four months since I've seen her, and man do kids grow. She's about 6 months now. The funny thing is that I don't really see myself as being good with kids, however somehow seeing her... Continue Reading →

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