Hey Donnie, finally caught up to getting out and reading Monk's & your trip...made me wish I was along. That exactly where the wife and I were headed last year after my ride with you guys last year got cut short...then along the US & Mx border back to Cali to park the bike and fly home. Oh well best laid plans sometimes go awry. I enjoyed it say Hi to Monk for me.
Hey, it is good to see a post from you. Glad your healing up well!!
I guess a twisty guy like myself should get out and do some West Texas riding every so often. I actually starting getting accustom to those 75 and 80 MPH speed limits!
Not sure what I will do back in Arkansas!
One of the most fun things to happen on this trip ... and I might add, it happened more than once ...
I would be tooling along enjoying the country side, speed around 75 to 80 and a little more if I wanted to keep Donnie in site. But then every so often we would hit one of those spots that I've began to recognize where the road opens up and you can see forever with plenty of open area on both sides of the road. And Donnie would just vanish!
Wanted to say, wait I wasn't ready!
A man has to really be on his toes to keep up in that open country!
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