Took part in a couple of AARP Legislative functions as the Montana Legislature prepares to shut down for this session.
Attended my first Last Chance Motorcycle Riders Club and joined up.
Bill Ryder checked over the Yamaha and prepared it for some summer rides.
He also has the old 1989 Kawasaki Classic 454cc bike and is building a sidecar for it.
The 2012 Honda 750cc Shadow Spirit is officially up for sale.
Now the planning for the summer rides begins.
The United Sidecar Association Rally is in Sturgis SD June 25-27.
Definitely planning on being there.
The Sidney, Montana Mondak Heritage Center Authors Festival is July 10th & 11th and we'll be there to offer Lois' book Fifty Cents and Hour - The Builders and Boomtowns of the Fort Peck Dam.
I may have my new book: The Longest Ride - Reimagining Life After Alzheimer's in print by then.
Should be a fun weekend.
The ride to Anchorage, Alaska to visit Grand daughter Megan would be a great trip, as would riding in the inaugural Iron Butt Association George A. Wyman Memorial Tribute ride from San Francisco to New York.
The question is, can I do both.
They would both be fantastic rides.
Still meditating on that one.
In the meantime, Sundays snow melted off and I rode 150 miles on I-15 yesterday, just for the fun-of-it!
Cool, in the low 40's, but fun all the same.
|Photo by Jenny Bomar|
Tomorrow, Wednesday, Linda will ride the sidecar as we make a quick run to the Perkin's Restaurant in Great Falls for lunch.
Should be a nice ride through Wolf Creek Canyon.
Watch for me, I'll be in the Right Lane America
Del "Lonnie" Lonnquist