We crossed the continental divide! I guess if we get tired of motorcycles floating to the Pacific is now an option ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Photo Journal 13 – Out of the frying panhandle, into something much more comfortable – Boise City, OK 6/23 to Westcliffe, CO 6/24
Oklahoma sure was hot and flat! Thankfully New Mexico and Colorado are much cooler. And more mountainous. And they have trees. And the roads have curves. We appreciate all these things.
Oklahoma was long, and Kansas tried to kill us with a storm.
Oklahoma roads continue on and on. And on. And on. Also, we hit some gnarly mud.
We get stuck in a torrential downpour in the Ozark forest and ride seemingly endless dirt farm roads through Oklahoma.
We made it to Oklahoma! Which, it turns out, is pretty much just never-ending straight farm roads. Also, more kitten!
There’s been a solo ride to Alaska, hiking the JMT with no shower for 19 days, crossing the Sahara in extreme heat. And I think this is the stinkiest we’ve been. Use this formula to make yourself physically unappealing: >Go somewhere that’s 96F all day. And humid. >Place a heavy bucket over your head (it […]
We leave Little Rock, AR and make our way through some rain in the Ozarks. And we find a kitten!
The late night situation in the woods described below happened June 17. But before reading on, we take a moment to remember June 17 one year back when our friends David and Michele lost their dearest Jourdan. Words don’t cover it. Our love, awareness, prayers and offerings of friendship — from us and those reading […]
We’ve made our way into Arkansas (which is filled with lots of very dusty dirt farm roads!) from Mississippi. The Africa Twin needed a new tire so we headed about 40 miles off course to pick one up from Cycle Gear in Little Rock.