Monthly Archives: June 2013

June 28th & 29th

June 28th Today was an interesting day. It started out with touring Monterey, CA. which is a beautiful little town along the coast. It is not as glitzy and star studded as Carmel, but offers all the same amenities of … Continue reading

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June 26th & 27th

June 26th I take it all back about the rain in Southern California vs. Chicago. I understand that you’ve had enough rain for the entire summer, just during this past week. Today was the start of our travels along the … Continue reading

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June 24th & 25th

June 24th What’s the deal with Southern California weather in June??? We awoke to rain showers and cold cloudy skies. I could have stayed in Chicago if I wanted this type of weather!! Judi and I decided to “camp” in … Continue reading

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June 22nd & 23rd

June 22nd Another beautiful day in paradise, rich blue skies, 70’s and little or no wind. Today I’m traveling down to San Diego to pick up Judi, who is flying in from Chicago around 7:30PM. Prior to heading down to … Continue reading

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June 19th, 20th & 21st

June 19th Left Show Low early because I didn’t realize the time had changed. I was up around 5:45 which was really 4:45AM. Since I was up in the mountains at 5,000′ + the air was cool and the sky … Continue reading

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June 17th & 18th

June 17th I left Junction, Texas early and decided to take I-10 West vs. backroads in order to book as many miles as possible. The weather was perfect for riding, clear and cool. The speed limit in west Texas is … Continue reading

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June 14, 15 & 16th

June 14th The ride from Dallas to Houston was relatively uneventful until I got into Houston. I decided to turn into a Shell station and call my cousin Joni who lives in Houston. A car making a right hand turn … Continue reading

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