A self imposed goal of taking even less along, the refinement continues and I regretted only one thing left behind and that was my helmet camera. It stayed behind very intentionally but more than once I wished that it on my helmet and was being switched on. The little $65 RCA 7" actually worked well enough and when traveling sans minivan, it will be my communicator of choice. The only thing I wish that I'd have done differently there was to have taken the time to use my Iphone app to process a few of the photos.....some cropping and some lightening. I seldom do much more than either one of those anyway and it really isn't that difficult. Typing (word creation) was cumbersome but certainly doable, the upside being that I wasn't as long winded as I would have been. The little unit had to be tipped vertically so that the entire soft keyboard didn't obscure where the cursor was. I can type well enough without watching but that never lasted more than a few characters on the small device.
I'm taking it along tomorrow to our 32nd annual Wildcat Mountain Rally, mostly because I can, doubting that I'll be Posting daily as I tried to do this past week.
Regarding the photos, I took my Lumix camera along and only remember pushing the shutter button once...I haven't even looked yet! Having no way to upload photos, I used my phone exclusively, Blogger making it easy to grab images directly from the phone. Normally those two have switched roles.
The total trip, 1836 miles.....
Ontario, "Searchmont Road" Hwy 556....
To my knowledge, he never made it to the campground the next day and I was disappointed. I got his photo, he got mine. Just maybe we'll get connected over on good ol' ADV; the most direct common thread we had.
My brother told me that there was a big 115 year HD gathering in Wisconsin...if there were 60 bikes on the ferry, 59 were from Milwaukee.
A long ride for the pup....once upstairs, passengers were not permitted down below. I;ll bet he wasn't looking forward to it as much as I was.
Recognize this place?? Eric, Jeff, Rod?? I had everything I needed, still a little money left and it wouldn't have taken much. But....the Wildcat Rally is this weekend, an absolutely necessary event on my calendar.
I stopped for pie but never even finished the Turkey Swiss Cranberry sandwich, so no pie.
Back to my river......home
The Himalaya was the perfect bike for this trip, can't wait for the next trip.