There are all sorts of geeks out in the world and I love that. I am a tech geek, education geek, and a motorcycle geek. I am probably a few other things but those seem to be the most dominant at the moment. My wife and I have been looking to get a larger motorcycle for some time now to be able to go on longer rides to places. A larger motorcycle would allow us to actually take some “stuff” and be comfortable traveling several hundred miles. Recently everything has fallen into place and I will be going to pick up a brand new-to-me Honda Goldwing!
I am soo excited I can hardly stand it. This is just as bad as the night before Christmas when I was a kid if not worse. ; ) I can’t stop smiling and I have even paced around a bit. The bike is a 1986 Interstate model with about 47,000 miles on it and from the pictures I got it look like it is in nice condition. While we are talking about motorcycles, let me share with you a “must read” book on motorcycle safety. I have read and reread several time the book titled “Proficient Motorcycling”. Between studying this book, practicing the techniques taught, and attending a motorcycle safety course class every year, my riding has really improved. If you would like your own copy look for the best price at www.cheapesttextbooks.com
More updates will be coming after I pick up the bike. We are planning camping trips to Yellowstone, Utah, Star Valley, and a few other fun thing. You will probably have the best luck hearing about those adventures as they happen over at our family blog at http://family.michaelgrace.org