Monthly Archives: July 2013

July 19, 20, 21 & 22nd

July 19th I MADE IT!!! At 3:45PM I rolled into Madawaska, ME and took the required photo at the Post Office (see attached). I started this trip on May 28th and after a lot miles I have completed my goal. … Continue reading

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July 17th & 18th

July 17th It’s been interesting planning the routes these past few days. As you know, I have tried to stay off the interstates and concentrate on the back roads. However, when I was in Texas, Arizona and South Dakota I … Continue reading

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July 14th, 15th & 16th

July 14th This was a treat, slept in, didn’t have to ride ANYWHERE!! After a little maintenance on the bike, Judi and I met with Mark, Caryn, Matt, Jamie and most importantly Ian, my grandnephew. We spent the afternoon at … Continue reading

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July 11, 12 & 13th

July 11th From Rapid City I decided to visit Wall Drugs, which is an institution along I-90 and only 50 miles east of Rapid City, SD. It began, in 1931, as a local drug store and has grown into an … Continue reading

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July 9th & 10th

July 9th OK, I need to honest with you, I was beginning to think that I was going to have to start making up interesting things/events in order to keep your interest, because you can only write so much about … Continue reading

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July 6,7 & 8th

July 6th Today was a “fun”, no riding day. We were staying with John and Andrea, so we packed up and drove 15 minutes to their home. John lives on a funky little street, that really isn’t a street, more … Continue reading

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July 4th & 5th

July 4th (Update from July 3rd) In Portland, we connected with one of my Jewish motorcycle friends, Barry and Harriet NewDelman, who recently moved to Portland. We went out to dinner in a beautiful area of town, similar in style … Continue reading

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