Nanners, my wife is doing well. Almost done with the worst of the chemo. I think she was glad to get rid of me for a few days too. At least a little. I dont know what I would do without her.
HHF, I dont know about
that auto clutch. I like mine just fine with the clutch lever, but , I do know they make some large training type wheels for bikes now. Maybe when I get too decrepit to put my foot down I will get a set of those.
Lyn, it was 48 degrees at 4:30 AM when we left. Add to that 70 mph and you may say it was a bit cool. Had my leathers and my ski mask and I was just fine. Guess thats a plus about
having diabetes, when you have no feeling in your toes, they dont feel as cold.
B Hilda, I have a few of those, what the $#!+ was I thinkin scars too. I've been riding sense I was 11. Wish I had todays mind in that younger body.
BP, still waiting for that e mail,,,hmmmmm..
If we would read the secret history of our enemies,we would find in each mans life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostility.