Life in Arizona is pretty good. I get to wake up each morning and take the 30 mile drive to work and enjoy the hell out of it. There's something about this place, and I haven't quite put my finger on it. Its the people, the warmth, the terrain. It all adds up to something methinks. A nice bonus is the concerts; In a city of 6 million people, the music is pretty outstanding, and its everywhere. This weekend I get to go see a couple favorites I've seen before: Offspring and Pennywise. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ql9-82oV2JE It's...
Some Days, you just need to come home from work and hear a little Johnny Cash. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDktBZzQIiU
With the move, and work I haven't been able to hit up some of the places I wanted to ride. I've been needing an overnight trip somewhere to just explore, do whatever I want and enjoy the road and whatever that brings. It's fun to ride with friends, but sometimes I just want to get out on my own and not have to listen to someone bitch about where we're going, or not waking up on time because they need their beauty sleep or whatever. Riding by yourself you can do whatever YOU want to do. If...
It's 85 degrees out there, and in 2 days I *finally* get to have a couple days to just find whatever road I want and go see a thing. I'm fucking pumped. I can hardly keep a thought in my head. It's why I moved to Arizona. There's been a loose plan: Scout the southern part of the state before spring, the northern part in the summer, and whatever else in the fall. Pack a tent and sleep where I will. Pick a spot on the map and ride toward it, and just. enjoy. the....
This made me chuckle. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7tIK6LYn_Y
Nothing big or Major, just more scouting the perimeter. The last couple of weeks we've been seeing what's around us and taking some day road trips, and tomorrow we'll do it on the bike again. Phoenix is the 6th biggest city in the US. I'm always interested in what makes something tick, and in this case I'm curious about what makes a landlocked area out in the middle of bum fuck egypt has so many people living here. The missus and I are going up to see Theodore Roosevelt dam, built over 100 years ago and is...
Was looking forward to the weekend to go for a long ride, somewhere. I came out this morning and it's raining just like the weather report said. Dammit. I don't mind hitting rain, but my motivation wanes when I have to leave my garage in it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZUE4_PtOk0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvHFM8c7cPM You can say what you want: That this is exploitation for corporate america, fonda sold out, or whatever the fucking else.... bla bla bla. The fact is, Easy Rider Never Dies :). I love it!
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