Home safe and sound about 3:30 pm yesterday. Packing furiously for the east coast today..
Thanks to everyone for the warm welcome on our first nassir event. We really had a great time and enjoyed every minute.
The Mrs. and I left early this morning to avoid as much of the heat as we could, and it worked pretty well. Got home about 10:15 with nare a sweat bead on my head. We had a great time, Bob and Anita did a wonderful job, sorry Anita you didn't get any riding in. Sally loved it so much I have already been told to move heaven and earth to make sure we attend next years.
One odd thing, while driving through horse farm country a lot of the horses seem to be running with us along the fence. I can only imagine they had sensed there were two more wild rhinos running in the pack and they wanted to pay their respects. It was either that or, I was practicing the mating sound of the wild rhinos at the time, they may have been looking for a date. :shock::shock:
got home at 10:15PM after self-baking at the Peace Bridge for about 45 mins around noon,bike ran fine after battery recharged itself after the electrical incident
thanks to everyone for the warm greeting to a "firsttimer" , i will be at NASSIR-7
? Does everyone in Ontario leave for the USA everyday and come back at night since 95% of the vehicles had ON plates and even leaving a foot in front of mc resulted in someone trying to cut in front of you. GRRRRRRR:notrolls::cussing::cussing::cussing:
Well.......You can let all the women and children back out into the streets in Canada as Flyone has returned to the US. Just boarded a flight in Buffalo heading out to Atlanta.
The flight that arrived from Atlanta had a fallen Marine on board bringing his remains back to Buffalo. The Airport authorities, the Patriot Guard, and Buffalo Police Dept and the passengers in the terminal did a good job bringing this soldier home.
We made the first leg down to Richmond Va. An 11hr run that took 15hrs . but heck ,J got to see the lower shore of Lake Erie . White caps and all .Garmine and I aren't the best of friends this evening .
Anita and I got home with no problems. I drove the truck and she rode her bike. Unfortunately Anita only got to ride to Simcoe and home, but we still had a wonderful time and met a lot of great old friends and some wonderful new ones. We will be booking for N7 soon.
I can also verify that Tricky was changing locks as I pulled out of the driveway. I did ask if he counted the silverware too as D-Rod was staying in the house. D=Rod must have been up all night contemplating dastardly deeds because he never did hear reveille at 7:30
Jeanette and I got home yesterday evening, 2100 miles on the bike and very sore butts
The advice for crossing at Port Huron was spot on, waited only 15-20 min.
saws-n-wings rode with us as far as Springfield Ill. Was great to have another bike to ride with for all those miles.
Hope to see everyone at NASSIR 7.